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DEDICATION 

The 2010 annual town report is dedicated to 3 of our loyal life-long citizens of 
Groveton, "Buzzy" and Pat Doherty and Jim Emerson. All have served the com- 
munity by volunteerism, joining boards or organizations, or served on numerous 
committees. We thank them for many dedicated years of support and hard work. 



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(Photos courtesy ofBrenda Tilton) 

"Buzzy" and Pat currently run the Meeting House every summer. (Please read their Meeting 
House Report in this issue). They share our town's history with their captivating stories 
behind each item on display with tourists, past and fellow citizens, and students. They also 
were a huge part of our Historical Society for many years. Buzzy served as our Selectperson 
for 3 years, 2002 - 2004. 



Starting in 1972, Jim carried the torch 
from his dad, Ralph, who had opened 
the hardware store back in 1932. Jim 
operated Emerson & Son Hardware 
for 38 years. Jim's dedicated years of 
attendance at basketball games is 
hard to surpass. Jim was also 
instrumental in organizing judges and 
donated the trophies for the Groveton 
High School Christmas Basketball 
Tournament for many years. He is an 
honorary member of the Groveton 
Foundation. 




JIM EMERSON 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PRECINCT WARRANT ARTICLES, REPORT, a BUDGET.. ....... 2-6 

SCHOOL WARRANT ARTICLES, REPORTS, a BUDGET ........ ............ 7-43 

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DATES TO REMEMBER, 48 

2011 CALENDAR OF MUNICIPAL DATES Back Cover 

TOWN OFFICIALS 

Elected Officials 49 

Appointed Officials 50 

EXCECUTIVE INFORMATION 

Budget Committee Report 51 

Selectmen's Report 52 

Supervisors of the Checklist Report 53 

Sample Ballot 54 

TOWN CLERK/ TAX INFORMATION 

Annual Town Clerk/ Tax Collector's Report & Calendar 55-56 

Tax Collector Financial Report (MS-61) 57-58 

Town Clerk Financial Report 58 

Vital Statistics 59 

Outstanding Balances Report- Taxes and/or Water/Sewer 60-61 

Property Valuations 62-76 

Summary Inventory of Valuations (MS-i) 77-85 

Tax Rate Calculation for 2010... 86 

OTHER TOWN FINANCIAL INFORMATION 

Accountant's Compilation Report 87 

Bond Schedules. 88-89 

Employee Summary of Benefits......... 90 

Employee Wages 91 

Groveton Ambulance Financial Report 92 

Public Library Financial Report 93 

Town Budget Report (MS-7) 94-101 

Town Revenues & Expenditures 102-113 

Treasurer's Report 114 

Trust Fund Report 115 

Welfare Department Report 116 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT INFORMATION 

Ambulance Corps. Report. 117-118 

Androscoggin Valley Regional Refuse Disposal District Report 119 

Caleb Volunteer Caregivers Report 120 

Cemetery Trustee's Report 121 

Community Christmas Committee Report 122 

Conservation Committee Report 123 

G.R.E.AT. Report 124 

Meeting House Report 125 

North Country Council Report 126 

Northern Human Services.. 127 

Planning Board Report. 128 

Police Report 129 

Public Library Report 130-131 

2010 ANNUAL MINUTES 

School Meeting........ 132-135 

Town Meeting 136-142 

PLEASE BRING THIS B8BK WITH Yjj Tt ftMMBAl TjWJL SCHOBL a PMCiMBT MEETIH6S. 



Minutes of the Groveton Village precinct yearly Budget Meeting 

The inhabitants of the Village of Groveton qualified to vote in precinct affairs met 
at the Ryan Memorial Gymnasium on Tuesday March 2 Bd , 2020 at 7pm, The 
meeting was called to order at 1902 hours by commissioner Michael Cloutier. 
Followed by a greeting to the inhabitants and appreciation for coming to the 
meeting. Commissioner Cloutier than called to order and the first article of 
business. 

Article 1 - To choose by nomination a moderator to preside over said meeting. 
A nomination for Richard Cotter by Rob Gauthier was made and seconded by 
Richard Paradis. No other nominations , passed with no opposition. Richard Cotter 
then proceed to act as moderator for the remainder of the meeting. 
Moderator called for the second order of business and read the following article. 
Article 2 - To choose by nomination a precinct commissioner for a period of 3 years. 
A nomination was made by Michael Cloutier for Richard Brooks and seconded by 
Tahnya Cloutier. Accepted by Richard Brooks, no other nominations made, 
nomination passes with no opposition. Richard Brooks will remain Precinct for 
another 3 years. Term to end in 2013. 

Moderator then called for nominations for a precinct clerk for a period of one year. 
A nomination was made for Tahnya Cloutier by Richard Brooks seconded by James 
Tierney. A second nomination for Steven Lambert was made by Tahnya Cloutier 
but the nomination was declined by Mr. Lambert. All in favor passed with no 
opposition. Tahnya Cloutier will remain precinct clerk for the ensuing year. Term 
to end 2011. 

The moderator then called for nomination of a precinct treasurer for the ensuing 
year. A nomination was made by Tahnya Cloutier for Christina Bryant seconded 
by Rob Gauthier. Nomination received passes with no opposition. Christina Bryant 
will be precinct treasurer for the ensuing year, 

The moderator then moved for a call for nominations for all other agents, officers, 
and auditors for the ensuing year. A nomination was received by Michael Cloutier 
for Belinda Ledger as acting auditor for the ensuing year, seconded by Tahnya 
Cloutier. Nomination passes with no opposition, Belinda Ledger will be acting 
auditor for the precinct during the ensuing year. No other officers or agent 
nominations made or received. Call to move to next article made by James Tierney 
all in favor. Moderator moves to read article 3. 

Article 3 - To see if the precinct will raise and appropriate the sum of Ninety Seven 
Thousand Four Hundred Nine dollars ( S97.409.00) which represents the operating 
budget. This article does not include warrant articles. ( recommended by the 
Commissioners 3-0, and the budget committee 9-0) 

Individual budget lines 1 thru 14 read with call for questions in between by 
moderator. No questions received from inhabitants. Motion to vote to pass article 3 
made by Barry Colebank, second by James Tierney. All in favor no opposition 
article 3 passes. The precinct will run on a budget of S97,409.00 for the ensuing 
year. Moderator then read and posed the article 4. 



Article 4 - To see if the precinct will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Fifteen 
Thousand Six Hundred and five dollars ( S15,605.00) for the personal protective 
equipment (PPE), Level 1 and Level 2 firefighter course and basic pump operations 
class, with Fourteen Thousand Eight Hundred Forty Three dollars (SI 4,843.00) to 
come from an Assistance to Firefighters Grant and Seven Hundred Forty Three 
dollars (S 743.00) to come from taxation. This warrant article is contingent on 
receiving the Assistance to Firefighters Grant. ( Recommended by commissioners 3- 
0, and Budget committee 9-0) 

Motion to pass article 4 as proposed made by Barry Colebank, second by James 
Tierney. All in favor article 4 passed with no opposition. Moderator then read, 

Article 5 - To see if the precinct will appropriate the sum of Five Thousand Five 
dollars ( $ 5,5oo.00) to place in the fire truck Expendable Trust Fund. Previously 
established for the purpose of purchasing fire trucks. Said sum to be offset by fees. 
( No tax impact recommended by Commissioners) 

Motion to pass article 5 as written made by Richard Brooks second by Richard 
Paradis. All in favor article five passes with no opposition. 

Moderator called forth any further business to be brought Barry Colebank would 
like the precinct to be notified that on behalf of the budget committee they would 
like to thank outgoing treasurer Sandra mason for all her patience and hard work 
in dealing with their committee. Commissioner Cloutier also spoke on behalf of the 
board of commissioners. Ms. Masons behalf thanking her for her years of service 
and hard work for a job well done during the last nine years it was appreciated 

Motion to adjourn the meeting made by Rob Gauthier second by James Tierney. 
All in favor no opposition meeting called to close at 1915 hours. 

Respectfully submitted as accurate and true as recorded this second day of March 
2010. 



Tahaya Cloutier, Groveton Village Precinct Clerk 



Richard Paradis, Groveton Village Precinct Commissioner 



Michael Cloutier, Groveton Village Precinct Commissioner 



Richard Brooks, Groveton Village Precinct Commissioner 



Groveton Village Precinct 
Profit & Loss 

January through December 2010 



Jan - Dec 10 



Ordinary Income/Expense 
income 

Ambulance Rent 2,500.00 

Budget 95,424.00 

Donations 100.00 

Interest Income 3.41 

Town Coverage Contract 3,000.00 

Total Income 101, 027 .41 

Gross Profit 101,027.41 



Expense 

Agreements/Contracts 
Mutual Aid Agreement 


350.00 


Total Agreements/Contracts 


350.00 


Billed to another dept. 
Care & Repair 

Equipment 

Trucks 


0.00 

1,824.37 
6,292.28 


Total Care & Repair 


8,116.65 


Communications 

Fire Officers Alpha Pagers 
Radios & Pagers 


751.80 
1,673.65 


Total Communications 


2,425.45 


Fuel 
Station 
Trucks 


2,160.01 
2,042.88 


Total Fuel 


4,202.89 


Insurance 

Equipment & Liability 
Life 


5,216.30 
420.00 


Total insurance 


5,636.30 


New & Replacement Equipment 
Medical 
New 

Office Supplies 
Protective Gear 
Replacement 


73.93 

8,731.51 

3,154.38 

12,052.90 

542.64 


Total New & Replacement Equipment 


24,555.36 


Payroll 

Fire Officers 

Firefighters 

Precinct 


1,400.00 

10,435.00 

850.00 


Total Payroll 


12,685.00 


Repairs to Station 
Training & Fire Prevention 
Truck Payment 
Uniforms 


4,206.78 

3,790.21 

24,596.03 

1,119.38 



Groveton Village Precinct 
Profit & Loss 

January through December 2010 



Utilities 
Electric 
Internet 
Phone 
Water & Sewer 

Total Utilities 
Total Expense 
Net Ordinary Income 
Net Income 



Jan - Dec 10 


2,724.75 
727.17 

1 ,704.26 
417.00 



5,573.18 



97,257.23 



3,770.18 



3,770.18 




GROVETON VILLAGE PRECINCT - WARRANT ARTICLES 



To the inhabitants of the GROVETON VILLAGE PRECINCT qualified to vote in precinct 
affairs, you are hereby notified to meet at the Groveton Town Hall in said precinct on 
Tuesday, March 1 st 2011 at 7:00pm. 

ARTICLE 1 - To choose by nomination a moderator to preside over said meeting. 

ARTICLE 2 - To choose by nomination a precinct commissioner for the period of three 
years, a precinct clerk for the ensuing year, a precinct treasurer for the ensuing year, and 
all other officers, agents and auditors for the ensuing year. 

ARTICLE 3 - To see in the precinct will raise the appropriate the sum of Eighty Six 
Thousand six hundred fifty one dollars ($86,651.00) which represents the operating 
budget. This article does not include any other warrant articles. (Recommended by the 
Commissioners 3-0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 7-0) 

01.) Care and Repair to Trucks and Equipment $7,000.00 

02.) Fuel for Station $6,500.00 

03.) Fuel for Trucks $2,500.00 

04.) New & Replacement Equipment $17,300.00 

05.) Repairs to station $4,000.00 

06.) Insurance $7,000.00 

07.) Communications $3,752.00 

08.) Payroll $17,390.00 

09.) Training & Fire Prevention $4,000.00 

10.) Mutual Aid Agreement $250.00 

11.) Utilities $5,920.00 

12.) Uniforms $1,000.00 

13.) Truck Payment $10,039.00 

TOTAL $86,651.00 

ARTICLE 4 - To see if the Precinct will appropriate the sum of Five Thousand Five 
Hundred Dollars ($5,500.00) to place in the Fire Truck Expendable Trust Fund 
previously established for the purpose of purchasing fire tucks. Said sums to be offset by 
fees. (Recommended by Commissioners 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 7-0) 
(No tax impact) 

ARTICLE 5 - To see if the Precinct will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Five 
Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($5,500.00) to place in the Fire Truck Expendable Trust 
Fund previously established for the purpose of purchasing fire tucks. This sum is to be 
offset by unreserved fund balance. In the event the unreserved balance is less than Five 
Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($5,500.00) than the appropriation will come form 
taxation to the extent that the Five Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($5,500.00) exceeds 
the unreserved fund balance. (Recommended by Commissioners 3-0) (Recommended by 
Budget Committee 7-0) 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT 

GROVETON, NEW HAMPSIHRE 



FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING 
JUNE 30, 2010 



ANNUAL SCHOOL REPORT 
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF NORTHUMBERLAND 

ORGANIZATION/ADMINISTRATION 

School Board 

Sally Pelletier, Chairperson 

David Auger - David Peel 

Ronald Caron - Nancy Merrow 

Superintendent of Schools 

James "Dan" Shallow - 636-1437 

Patricia Brown, Business Manager 

Frederick Bailey, Administrative Coordinator 

Carrie Irving, Secretary 

Darlene Curiey, Payroll & Human Resource 

Michelle Rogers, Accounts Payable & Grants Coordinator 

High School Principal 

Pierre Couture - 636-1619 

Pamela Styles, Secretary 

Elementary School Principal 

Rosanna Moran - 636-1806 

Wanda Cloutier, Secretary 

Special Education 

Pamela MacDonald, Director - 636-2492 

Lisa McCarthy, Secretary 

School Nurse 

Dorothy Meunier, RN 

Sandra Ghelli, RN 

Treasurer 
Kathleen Welcome 

Clerk 
Wendy Cotter 

Moderator 
Kathy Wiles 



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DRAFT 

SCHOOL WARRANT 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the inhabitants of the School District of Northumberland, qualified to vote in District affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet in the Groveton High School Ryan Gymnasium in said District 
on Tuesday, March 8, 201 1 , at 9:00 o'clock in the forenoon to act upon the subjects hereinafter 
mentioned. The polls will be opened at said place and date from 9:00 o'clock in the forenoon for 
the reception of your ballots under the non-partisan ballot system. Polls will not close before 
5:00 o'clock in the evening. 

1 . To choose by non-partisan ballot the following District officers for the ensuing year: a 
moderator, a District clerk, a District treasurer, two members of the School Board for the 
ensuing three years and one member of the School Board for the ensuing one year. 

Given under our hands at Northumberland this 16th day of February, 2011. 



Sally Pelletier, Chairperson 



David Auger 



SCHOOL 
BOARD 



David Peel 



A True Copy of Warrant - Attest: 



Sally Pelletier, Chairperson 



David Auger 



David Peel 



Ronald Caron 



Ronald Caron 



Nancy Merrow 



SCHOOL 
BOARD 



Nancy Merrow 



DRAFT 

SCHOOL WARRANT 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the inhabitants of the School District of Northumberland, qualified to vote in District affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet in the Ryan Gymnasium of Groveton High School in said District on 
Tuesday, March 15, 2011, at 7:00 o'clock in the evening to act upon the subjects hereinafter 
mentioned. 



1 . To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers heretofore chosen and pass any vote 
relating thereto. 

2. To set the salaries of School District officials: 

School Board 5 @$600.00 each $3,000.00 

Treasurer $ 600.00 

Clerk $ 50.00 

Moderator $ 50.00 

School Board Secretary $50.00/meeting $ 600.00 

Supervisors of the Checklist 3 @$30.00 $ 90.00 
(Recommended by the School Board) 

3. To see if the district will vote to raise and appropriate the budget committee's recommended 
amount of Five Million Seven Hundred Thirty Eight Thousand Eight Hundred Forty Two Dollars 
($5,738,842.00) for the support of schools, for the payment of salaries for the school district 
officials and agents, and for the payment for the statutory obligations of the district. This article 
does not include appropriations voted in other warrant articles. (Majority vote required) 
(Recommended/Not Recommended by School Board ?-? )(Recommended/Not Recommended 
by Budget Committee ?-?) 

4. To see if the district will vote to approve the cost items the collective bargaining agreement 
reached between the Northumberland School Board and the Groveton Teachers Association 
which calls for the following increases in salaries and benefits: 

Year Estimated Cost of Increase 

2011-2012 $34,065.00 over the 2010-2011 appropriation 

2012-2013 $47,656.00 over the 2011-2012 appropriation 

And further to raise and appropriate the sum of Thirty Four Thousand Sixty Five Dollars 
($34,065.00) for the 2011-2012 fiscal year, such sum representing the additional costs 
attributable to the increases in salaries and benefits over those of the appropriation at current 
staffing levels paidln the 2010-2011 fiscal year. 

(Recommended/Not Recommended by the School Board ?-?)(Recommended/Not 
Recommended by Budget Committee ?-?) 

5. To see if the District will vote to create a cooperative school district planning committee 
pursuant to RSA 195:18, consisting of three qualified voters, appointed by the Moderator, of 
whom at least one shall be a member of the school board. (Recommended/Not Recommended 
by the School Board ?-?)(Recommended/Not Recommended by Budget Committee ?-?) 

6. To transact any other business that may lawfully come before said meeting. 

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Given under our hands at Northumberland this 16th day of February, 201 1. 



SCHOOL 
BOARD 



A True Copy of Warrant - Attest: 



Sally Pelletier, Chairperson 



David Auger 



David Peel 



Ronald Caron 



Sally Pelletier, Chairperson 



David Auger 



David Peel 



Ronald Caron 



Nancy Merrow 



SCHOOL 
BOARD 



Nancy Merrow 



This is only a DRAFT. The official Budget Hearing is February 16, 2011 and 
there could be changes. Petitioned warrant articles are to be submitted by 
February 7, 2011. If there are changes, a new warrant will be posted after 
February 16, 2011. 



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NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT 

STATEMENT OF REVENUES 

For Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2010 



DESCRIPTION 
LOCAL REVENUE: 

DISTRICT ASSESSMENT 
TUITION, LEA WITHIN NH 
TUITION, LEA OUTSIDE NH 
TUITION-SPECIAL EDUCATION 
EARNINGS ON INVESTMENT 
RENTALS 

FOOD SERVICE SALES 
DRIVER EDUCATION 
OTHER LOCAL REVENUE 
TOTAL LOCAL 



FOOD ALL 

GENERAL SERVICE OTHER TRUST 

1,318,897.00 
467,946.36 
253,876.59 



856.91 
10,000.08 



47,642.99 



844.39 



62,578.38 



2,099,219.93 62,578.38 



0.00 



844.39 



STATE REVENUE: 

ADEQUACY AID (GRANT) 

ADEQUACY AID (STATE TAX) 

OTHER STATE AID-ARRA 

SCHOOL BUILDING AID 

VOC ED (TRANSPORTATION) 

CATASTROPHIC AID 

CHILD NUTRITION 

OTHER RESTRICTED STATE AID 

DRIVER EDUCATION 

TOTAL STATE 



1,898,575.58 

293,787.00 

728,424.42 

17,506.44 

39,304.80 



1,966.70 



2,977,598.24 1,966.70 



0.00 



0.00 



FEDERAL REVENUE: 

TITLE I 

ALL OTHER PROGRAMS 

VOCATIONAL ED. PROGRAMS 

CHILD NUTRITION 

DISABILITIES PROGRAMS 

MEDICAID DISTRIBUTIONS 

OTHER REST. FED. AID THRU STATE 

OTHER FEDERAL FUNDS 

FEDERAL FOREST LAND 

TOTAL FEDERAL 

SALE OF BONDS 

FROM OTHER EXPENDABLE TRUST FUNDS 



105,902.69 
21,196.53 



9,848.36 



226,687.05 
142,603.75 



80,538.45 



136,947.58 80,538.45 369,290.80 



0.00 



TRANSFER FROM THE GENERAL FUND 



TOTAL REVENUE 



18,327.63 



30,000.00 



5,213,765.75 163,411.16 369,290.80 30,844.39 



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NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT 

ACTUAL EXPENDITURES FOR SPECIAL 
EDUCATION PROGRAMS & SERVICES 





2007/2008 


2008/2009 


2009/2010 


EXPENDITURES: 


758,630.98 


754,330.57 


788,370.16 










REVENUES: 

Individuals with Disabilities Act (94-142): 

Medicaid Funds: 

Adequacy Allocation: 

TOTAL REVENUES: 


99,332.81 

31,870.42 

205,666.00 

336,869.23 


102,290.44 

44,318.56 

194,683.00 

341,292.00 


105,902.69 

21,196.53 

194,683.00 

321 ,782.22 








NET SPECIAL EDUCATION COST: 421 ,761 .75 


413,038.57 


466,587.94 










15 



NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT 

COMPARATIVE BUDGET 

SUMMARY 





2009/2010 


2010/2011 


2011/2012 




SEE 




ACTUAL 


APPROVED 


PROPOSED 




NOTES 


GENERAL FUND 


BUDGET 


BUDGET 


BUDGET 


DIFF. =/- 


BELOW 


SALARIES 


$2,723,274 


$2,716,061 


$2,737,180 


$21,119 


A 


HEALTH INSURANCE 


$682,098 


$710,084 


$679,514 


-$30,570 


B 


LIFE & DISABILITY INSURANCE 


$15,150 


$16,730 


$16,402 


-$328 




FICA 


$204,692 


$201,713 


$196,082 


-$5,631 




NH RETIREMENT-EMPLOYEE 


$21,631 


$22,610 


$36,601 


$13,991 


C 


NH RETIREMENT-TEACHER 


$162,234 


$158,717 


$183,246 


$24,529 


D 


TUITION/DEDUCTIBLE REIMBURSEMENT 


$22,487 


$26,900 


$45,200 


$18,300 




UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION 


$5,051 


$3,154 


$5,708 


$2,553 




WORKER'S COMPENSATION 


$8,399 


$20,567 


$10,303 


-$10,264 


E 


PHYSICALS & DRUG TESTING 


$397 


$300 


$300 


$0 




SAU MANAGEMENT SERVICES 


$260,345 


$266,727 


$254,492 


-$12,236 


F 


REFEREES 


$17,131 


$18,976 


$20,612 


$1,636 




INSTRUCTIONAL IMPROVEMENT 


$8,180 


$9,000 


$9,000 


$0 




DRIVER EDUCATION 


$4,650 


$4,000 


$4,500 


$500 




TESTiNG-OTHER PROF. SERVICES 


$1 ,642 


$1,195 


$1,555 


$360 




ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION 


$39,155 


$27,040 


$27,250 


$210 




PROFESSIONAL SERVICES/PUPILS 


$155,498 


$206,847 


$131,599 


-$75,248 


G 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 


$682 


$800 


$500 


-$300 




PHYSICALS-HEALTH CONTRACT 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 




LEGAL 


$12,492 


$7,500 


$9,500 


$2,000 




AUDIT 


$10,959 


$5,500 


$7,671 


$2,171 




TECHNICAL SERVICE 


$3,721 


$3 


$3 


$0 




WATER/SEWER 


\J) 1 ,C.<i\5 


$9,550 


$9,000 


-$550 




DISPOSAL SERVICES 


$7,880 


$7,800 


$8,000 


$200 




REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE 


$60,203 


$52,183 


$56,868 


$4,685 


H 


COMPUTER REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE 


$8,750 


$7,572 


$8,253 


$681 




COPIER RENTAL/EQUIPMENT RENTALS 


$22,399 


$17,696 


$20,200 


$2,504 




BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS 


$66,339 


$200,003 


$3 


-$200,000 


I 


TRANSPORTATION 


$166,858 


$169,570 


$174,662 


$5,092 


J 


INSURANCE 


$16,077 


$16,200 


$16,954 


$754 




TELEPHONES 


$4,154 


$5,500 


$5,000 


-$500 




POSTAGE/PETTY CASH 


$3,658 


$5,434 


$5,051 


-$383 




ADVERTISING 


$6,170 


$8,000 


$8,000 


$0 




PRINTING & BINDING 


$1,827 


$2,200 


$2,450 


$250 




TUITION-SPECIAL EDUCATION 


$203,293 


$131,890 


$200,354 


$68,464 


K 


TUITION-VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 


$16,870 


$18,000 


$18,000 


$0 




TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT 


$10,069 


$7,745 


4>y ,£.tL.D 


$1 ,480 




HONORS BANQUET 


$1,454 


$1,795 


$1 ,795 


$0 




GENERAL SUPPLIES 


$95,042 


$94,289 


$91 ,644 


-$2,645 




ELECTRICITY 


$58,748 


$62,500 


$62,500 


$0 




BOTTLED GAS 


$2,330 


$3,000 


$3,000 


$0 




HEATING OIL 


$40,738 


$97,500 


$90,000 


-$7,500 


L 


FOOD 


$2,041 


$2,250 


$2,250 


$0 




TEXTBOOKS/WORKBOOKS 


$22,363 


$32,592 


$26,588 


-$6,004 


M 


SOFTWARE 


$19,376 


$12,861 


$14,252 


$1,391 




AUDIO/VISUAL 


$2,020 


$2,283 


$4,062 


$1,779 




REPLACE FURNITURE 


$798 


$1 ,544 


$4,009 


$2,465 





16 



NEW EQUIPMENT 


$3,631 


$4,214 


$19,300 


$15,086 


N 


REPLACE EQUIPMENT 


$7,430 


$1 ,349 


$1,725 


$376 




NEW FURNITURE 


$4,063 


$844 


$2,926 


$2,082 




OTHER EQUIPMENT 


$4,939 


$2,186 


$2,282 


$96 




REPLACEMENT COMPUTERS 


$10,962 


$10,000 


$12,241 


$2,241 




PRINCIPAL ON BOND 


$28,571 


$28,571 


$48,571 


$20,000 


O 


INTEREST ON BOND 


$0 


$5,100 


$8,894 


$3,794 




DUES & FEES 


$12,650 


$18,426 


$14,935 


-$3,491 




FOOD FUND TRANSFER 


$28,571 


$0 


$0 


$0 




TOTAL GENERAL FUND 


$5,305,375 


$5,465,073 


$5,330,212 


-$134,861 


-2.47% 


























FOOD SERVICE 












SALARIES 


$72,832 


$86,959 


$90,716 


$3,757 




HEALTH INSURANCE 


$13,927 


$14,661 


$16,807 


$2,147 




LIFE & DISABILITY 


$188 


$252 


$252 


$1 




FICA 


$5,492 


$6,499 


$6,762 


$263 




RETIREMENT-EMPLOYEE 


$1,630 


$1 ,846 


$2,302 


$456 




UNEMPLOYMENT COMP. 


$400 


$315 


$563 


$248 




WORKER'S COMP 


$1,484 


$2,838 


$1,476 


-$1,361 




MANDATORY HEALTH SCREENING 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 




REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE 


$1 ,564 


$5,000 


$2,500 


-$2,500 




TRAVEL EXPENSES 


$31 


$500 


$500 


$0 




SUPPLIES 


$2,123 


$2,500 


$3,500 


$1 ,000 




FUEL CHARGES 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 




FOOD 


$60,748 


$80,000 


$80,000 


$0 




ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 


$720 


$1,200 


$1 


-$1,199 




REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT 


$2,272 


$5,000 


$2,500 


-$2,500 




DUES/FEES 


$0 


$500 


$750 


$250 




TOTAL FOOD SERVICE 


$163,411 


$208,069 


$208,630 


$561 




























TOTAL GENERAL & FOOD FUNDS 


$5,468,787 


$5,673,142 


$5,538,842 


-$134,300 




























FEDERAL FUNDS 












TITLE 1 




$160,000 


$170,000 


$10,000 




TITLE 11 




$20,000 


$24,000 


$4,000 




TITLE 1V 




$10,000 


$5,000 


-$5,000 




REAP 




$10,000 


$1 ,000 


-$9,000 




GOV. DRUG GRANT 




$0 


$0 


$0 




TOTAL FEDERAL FUNDS 




$200,000 


$200,000 


$0 




























TOTAL GENERAL, FOOD & FEDERAL FUNC 


$5,873,142 


$5,738,842 


-$134,300 


-2.29% 















































































































17 















WARRANT ARTICLES 












BUILDING REPAIRS/HS GYM ROOF 




$0 


$0 


$0 




TEACHERS NEGOTIATED AGREEMENT 




$0 


$34,065 


$34,065 




ELEM STAIRWELL BOND INTEREST 




$0 


$0 


$0 




MAINTENANCE TRUST 




$0 


$0 


$0 




SUPPORT STAFF NEGOTIATED AGREEM 


ENT 


$0 


$0 


$0 




TOTAL WARRANT ARTICLES 




$0 


$34,065 


$34,065 




























GRAND TOTAL 




$5,873,142 


$5,772,907 


-$100,235 


-1.71% 



A. Decreased 2 teachers. Added 2 paraprofessional positions, 1/2 technology assistant and OT. 
There is one retirement payment totaling $5,000 in this increase. Negotiated Raises. 

B. Employees paying 15%, Admin paying 15% and teachers paying 15% health premiums. 

C. Employers rate for employees increased to = 1 1 .09%. 

D. Employers rate for teachers increased to = 9.07%. 

E. Worker's Compensation has decreased with our history of low claims. 

F. SAU budget has decreased. 

G. Sped services decreased, hired our own OT. 

H. Spent more in repairs and maintenance and less in supplies, this was a line change. 

I. No bond this upcoming year. 

J. Increase to year 3 of 5 year contract. 

K. Increase in student sped tuition. 

L. Decrease in average usage over the past 5 years. 

M. Decrease in need of books for curriculum cycle. 

N. Increase in equipment requested; smart boards, servers, etc... 

O. Increase due to bond purchased last year. 



18 



NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT 
DETAIL BUDGET 





2010/2011 


2011/2012 










ACTUAL 


PROPOSED 




DIFF +/- 


Description 




BUDGET 




BUDGET 






REGULAR INSTRUCTION 




1,505,437 


$ 


1,382,314 


$ 




SALARIES 


$ 


(123,123) 


SALARIES-PARAPROFESSIONALS 


$ 


- 


$ 


15,252 


$ 


15,252 


SALARIES-PEER TUTORING 


$ 


1,500 


$ 


1,200 


$ 


(300) 


HEALTH COMPENSATION-BUYOUT 


$ 


45,000 


$ 


43,770 


$ 


(1,230) 


SALARIES-SUBSTITUTES 


$ 


24,000 


$ 


24,000 


$ 


- 


HEALTH INSURANCE 


$ 


402,721 


$ 


372,41 7 


$ 


(30,304) 


LIFE & DISABILITY 


$ 


10,140 


$ 


9,431 


$ 


(709) 


FICA 


$ 


114,966 


$ 


106,714 


$ 


(8,252) 


TEACHERS' RETIREMENT 


$ 


111,785 


$ 


1 23,545 


$ 


11,761 


TUITION & HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT 


$ 


12,000 


$ 


29,000 


$ 


17,000 


UNEMPLOYMENT COMP 


$ 


1,451 


$ 


2,835 


$ 


1,384 


WORKMAN'S COMP 


$ 


9,618 


$ 


4,464 


$ 


(5,154) 


UNUSED SICK DAYS 


$ 


5,150 


$ 


5,924 


$ 


774 


PHYSICALS/DRUG TESTING 


$ 


300 


$ 


300 


$ 


- 


ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION 


$ 


27,040 


$ 


27,250 


$ 


210 


REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE 


$ 


550 


$ 


550 


$ 


- 


RENTAL COPIER 


$ 


15,396 


$ 


18,000 


$ 


2,604 


PRINTING/BINDING 


$ 


800 


$ 


800 


$ 


- 


TRAVEL POOL 


$ 


200 


$ 


600 


$ 


400 


SUPPLIES 


$ 


11,400 


$ 


10,850 


$ 


(550) 


TEXTBOOKS/WORKBOOKS 


$ 


750 


$ 


750 


$ 


- 


REPLACEMENT FURNITURE 


$ 


1 


$ 


3,401 


$ 


3,400 


TESTING-KINDERGARTEN 


$ 


655 


$ 


- 


$ 


(655) 


SUPPLIES 


$ 


406 


$ 


670 


$ 


264 


TEXTBOOKS/WORKBOOKS 


$ 


206 


$ 


110 


$ 


(96) 


AUDIO/VISUAL 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


NEW FURNITURE/FIXTURES 


$ 


85 


$ 


1 


$ 


(84) 


GRADE 1 SUPPLIES 


$ 


380 


$ 


372 


$ 


(8) 


GRADE 1 TEXTBOOKS/WORKBOOKS 


$ 


900 


$ 


866 


$ 


(34) 


AUDIOA/ISUAL 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 




REPLACEMENT FURNITURE 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


GRADE 2 SUPPLIES 


$ 


1,187 


$ 


520 


$ 


(667) 


GRADE 2-TEXTBOOKS/WORKBOOKS 


$ 


1,250 


$ 


759 


$ 


(491) 


AUDIOA/ISUAL 


$ 


132 


$ 


143 


$ 


11 


NEW EQUIPMENT 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


REPLACEMENT FURNITURE 


$ 


40 


$ 


- 


$ 


(40) 


GRADE 3 SUPPLIES 


$ 


877 


$ 


2,036 


$ 


1,159 


GRADE 3 TEXTBOOKS/WORKBOOKS 


$ 


159 


$ 


865 


$ 


706 


AUDIOA/ISUAL 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


4. 


NEW FURNITURE/FIXTURES 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


GRADE 4 SUPPLIES 


$ 


766 


$ 


885 


$ 


119 


GRADE 4 TEXTBOOKSAA/ORKBOOKS 


$ 


792 


$ 


1,434 


$ 


642 


GRADE 4 AUDIOA/ISUAL 


$ 


- 


$ 


700 


$ 


700 


GRADE 4 NEW FURNITURE 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


GRADE 5 SUPPLIES 


$ 


1,087 


$ 


667 


$ 


(420) 


GRADE 5 TEXTBOOKS 


$ 


3,077 


$ 


568 


$ 


(2,509) 


GRADE 5 AUDIOA/ISUAL 


$ 


370 


$ 


225 


$ 


(145) 


GRADE 5 NEW EQUIP 


$ 


290 


$ 


- 


$ 


(290) 


GRADE 5 REPLACE FURNITURE 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


ART-REPAIRS & MAINT. 


$ 


- 


$ 


. 


$ 


. 


SUPPLIES-ART 


$ 


6,500 


$ 


6,500 


$ 


- 


ART-TEXTBOOKSA/VORKBOOKS 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


AUDIOA/ISUAL 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 



19 



DUES & FEES 

BUSINESS-SUPPLIES 

BUSiNESS-TEXTBOOKS/WORKBOOKS 

BUSINESS-DUES & FEES 

ENGLISH-SUPPLIES 

ENGLISH-TEXTBOOKS/WORKBOOKS 

AUDIO/VISUAL 

ENGLISH - DUES & FEES 

SUPPLIES-FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

TEXTBOOKS-FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

AUDIOA/ISUAL 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE - DUES & FEES 

GENERAL MUSIC SUPPLIES 

GENERAL MUSIC TEXTBOOKS 

GENERAL MUSIC AUDIOA/ISUAL 

GENERAL MUSIC NEW EQUIPMENT 

SUPPLIES-PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

FCS-REPAIRS & MAINT. 

FCS-SUPPLIES 

FCS-FOOD 

FCS-TEXTBOOKS/PERIODICALS 

FCS-REPLACE EQUIPMENT 

FCS-DUES & FEES 

IND. ARTS-REPAIRS/ MAINT. 

IND. ARTS-RENTAL 

IND. ARTS-TRAVEL 

IND. ARTS-SUPPLIES 

IND. ARTS-OTHER EQUIPMENT 

MATH-REPAIRS & MAINT. 

MATH-SUPPLIES 

MATH-TEXTBOOKS/WORKBOOKS 

AUDIOA/ISUAL 

MATH - DUES & FEES 

MUSIC-REPAIRS/MAINT. 

MUSIC-TRAVEL 

MUSIC-SUPPLIES 

MUSIC-TEXTBOOKS/WORKBOOKS 

MUSIC-AUDiOA/lSUAL 

MUSIC-NEW EQUIPMENT 

MUSIC-REPLACE EQUIPMENT 

MUSIC-DUES & FEES 

SCIENCE-REPAIRS & MAINT. 

SCIENCE-SUPPLIES 

SCIENCE-TEXTBOOKS/WORKBOOKS 

SCIENCE-NEW FURNITURE 

SCIENCE-OTHER EQUIPMENT 

SCIENCE-NEW EQUIPMENT 

CHORUS-SUPPLIES 

CHORUS-TEXTBOOKS 

CHORUS-AUDIO 

CHORUS-OTHER EQUIPMENT 

CHORUS-DUES & FEES 

CHORUS-TRAVEL 

SOCIAL STUDIES-SUPPLIES 

SOCIAL STUDIES-TEXTBOOKS 

SOCIAL STUDIES-SOFTWARE 

SOCIAL STUDIES-AUDIOA/ISUAL 

SOCIAL STUDIES-NEW FURNITURE/FIX. 

SOCIAL STUDIES - DUES & FEES 

COMPUTER ED-INSTRUCTION 

COMPUTER ED.-REPAIRS/MAINT 



$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


900 


$ 


900 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,015 


$ 


1,147 


$ 


132 


$ 


105 


$ 


115 


$ 


10 


$ 


200 


$ 


50 


$ 


(150) 


$ 


1,974 


$ 


2,756 


$ 


782 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


80 


$ 


80 


$ 


- 


$ 


184 


$ 


184 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,055 


$ 


1,148 


$ 


93 


$ 


66 


$ 


88 


$ 


22 


$ 


140 


$ 


140 


$ 


- 


$ 


235 


$ 


• 209 


$ 


(26) 


$ 


285 


$ 


228 


$ 


(57) 


$ 


93 


$ 


55 


$ 


(38) 


$ 


226 


$ 


185 


$ 


(41) 


s 


826 


$ 


900 


$ 


74 


$ 


2 


$ 


2 


$ 


- 


$ 


875 


$ 


800 


$ 


(75) 


$ 


1,750 


$ 


1,750 


$ 


- 


$ 


500 


$ 


500 


$ 


- 


$ 


2 


$ 


101 


$ 


99 


$ 


305 


$ 


280 


$ 


(25) 


$ 


500 


$ 


500 


$ 


- 


$ 


500 


$ 


500 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,800 


$ 


3,800 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,500 


$ 


1,500 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


33 


$ 


33 


$ 


971 


$ 


1,064 


$ 


93 


$ 


90 


$ 


200 


$ 


110 


$ 


- 


$ 


250 


$ 


250 


$ 


311 


$ 


210 


$ 


(101) 


$ 


500 


$ 


500 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,750 


$ 


1,750 


$ 


- 


$ 


978 


$ 


978 


$ 





$ 


370 


$ 


361 


$ 


(9) 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


439 


$ 


420 


$ 


(19) 


$ 


1,045 


$ 


900 


$ 


(145) 


$ 


400 


$ 


400 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,200 


$ 


1,200 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,990 


$ 


2,950 


$ 


(40) 


$ 


8,995 


$ 


550 


$ 


(8,445) 


$ 


501 


$ 


1 


$ 


(500) 


$ 


2 


$ 


2 


$ 


.- 


$ 


603 


$ 


1,972 


$ 


1,369 


$ 


314 


$ 


308 


$ 


(6) 


$ 


600 


$ 


600 


$ 


- 


$ 


320 


$ 


300 


$ 


(20) 


$ 


320 


$ 


200 


$ 


(120) 


$ 


500 


$ 


170 


$ 


(330) 


$ 


- 


$ 


400 


$ 


400 


$ 


250 


$ 


200 


$ 


(50) 


$ 


110 


$ 


3,320 


$ 


3,210 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


1 


$ 


100 


$ 


99 


$ 


1 


$ 


1 


$ 


- 


$ 


520 


$ 


750 


$ 


230 


$ 


300 


$ 


- 


$ 


(300) 


$ 


7,572 


$ 


8,253 


$ 


681 



20 



COMPUTER ED.-SUPPLIES 


$ 


8,700 


$ 


10,401 


$ 


1,701 


COMPUTER ED.-TEXTBOOKS 


$ 


1,086 


$ 


1,086 


$ 


- 


COMPUTER ED.-SOFTWARE 


$ 


12,585 


$ 


12,682 


$ 


97 


AUDIO/VISUAL 


$ 


800 


$ 


1,500 


$ 


700 


COMPUTER ED.-NEW EQUIPMENT 


$ 


3,502 


$ 


19,000 


$ 


15,498 


COMP ED - REPLACE EQUIPMENT 


$ 


1 


$ 


400 


$ 


399 


COMP. ED.-REPLACE FURNITURE/FIX 


$ 


600 


$ 


750 


$ 


150 


COMP. ED.-REPLACE COMPUTERS 


$ 


10,000 


$ 


12,241 


$ 


2,241 


DRIVER EDUCATION 


$ 


4,000 


$ 


4,500 


$ 


500 


READING RECOVERY TRAINING 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


READING SPECIALIST-SUPPLIES 


$ 


37 


$ 


53 


$ 


16 


READING SPECIALIST-TEXTBOOKS 


$ 


825 


$ 


700 


$ 


(125) 


READING RECOVERY DUES & FEES 


$ 


60 


$ 


- 


$ 


(60) 




TOTAL $ 


2,410,631 


$ 


2,310,262 


$ 


(100,369) 


SPECIAL EDUCATION 














SALARIES 


$ 


174,088 


$ 


141,117 


$ 


(32,971) 


SALARY-PARAPROFESSIONALS 


$ 


146,557 


$ 


106,766 


$ 


(39,792) 


SALARIES-SUMMER PROGRAM 


$ 


12,598 


$ 


10,692 


$ 


(1,906) 


SALARIES-SUBSTITUTE 


$ 


6,000 


$ 


6,000 


$ 


- 


HEALTH INSURANCE 


$ 


38,315 


$ 


40,843 


$ 


2,528 


LIFE & DISABILITY 


$ 


1,247 


$ 


1,058 


$ 


(189) 


FICA 


$ 


24,690 


$ 


15,583 


$ 


(9,107) 


TEACHER'S RETIRMENT 


$ 


13,039 


$ 


12,799 


$ 


(240) 


TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 


$ 


1,400 


$ 


1,200 


$ 


(200) 


UNEMPLOYMENT COMP 


$ 


594 


$ 


630 


$ 


36 


WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE 


$ 


2,052 


$ 


647 


$ 


(1,405) 


PROFESSIONAL SERVICES-PUPIL 


$ 


174,847 


$ 


131,598 


$ 


(43,249) 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL-LEGAL 


$ 


500 


$ 


500 


$ 


- 


POSTAGE 


$ 


244 


$ 


251 


$ 


7 


TUITION/PUBLIC 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


TUITION/PRIVATE 


$ 


163,890 


$ 


200,354 


$ 


36,464 


SUPPLIES 


$ 


720 


$ 


534 


$ 


(187) 


LIFE SKILLS SUPPLIES 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


LIFE SKILLS FOOD 


$ 


500 


$ 


500 


$ 


- 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


$ 


111 


$ 


324 


$ 


212 


TEXTBOOKSAA/ORKBOOKS 


$ 


761 


$ 


641 


$ 


(120) 


NEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


DUES & FEES 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




TOTAL $ 


762,154 


$ 


672,036 


$ 


(90,117) 


SPEECH THERAPY 




14,360 


$ 


16,262 


$ 




SALARIES 


$ 


1,902 


HEALTH INSURANCE BUYOUT 


$ 


- 


$ 


• 


$ 


- 


LIFE/DISABILITY INSURANCE 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


;,- 


FICA 


$ 


1,099 


$ 


1,244 


$ 


146 


TEACHER RETIREMENT 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


UNEMPLOYMENT COMP. 


$ 


44 


$ 


90 


$ 


46 


WORKER'S COMP 


$ 


92 


$ 


52 


$ 


(40) 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 




SUPPLIES 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


NEW EQUIPMENT 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




TOTAL $ 


15,594 


$ 


17,648 


$ 


2,054 


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 




18,000 


$ 


18,000 


$ 




TUITION 


$ 


- 




TOTAL $ 


18,000 


$ 


18,000 


$ 


- 


CO-CURRICULAR PROGRAMS 




56,417 


$ 


55,987 


$ 




SALARIES 


$ 


(430) 



21 



FICA 


$ 


4,316 


$ 


4,283 


$ 


(33) 


EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


1,560 


$ 


560 


TEACHER RETIREMENT 


$ 


1,100 


$ 


2,414 


$ 


1,314 


UNEMPLOYMENT COMP. 


$ 


284 


$ 


310 


$ 


26 


WORKER'S COMP. INSURANCE 


$ 


331 


$ 


360 


$ 


29 


REFEREES 


$ 


18,976 


$ 


20,612 


$ 


1,636 


RENTAL 


$ 


700 


$ 


700 


$ 


- 


SUPPLIES 


$ 


6,200 


$ 


6,680 


$ 


480 


FBLA CLUB SUPPLIES 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


SOFTWARE 


$ 


275 


$ 


500 


$ 


225 


COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 


$ 


300 


$ 


300 


$ 


- 


UNIFORMS 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


DUES & FEES 


$ 


7,385 


$ 


3 r 795 


$ 


(3,590) 


DRAMA SUPPLIES 


$ 


300 


$ 


300 


$ 


- 


SUMMER SCHOOL SALARIES 


$ 


100 


$ 


100 


$ 


- 


FiCA 


$ 


8 


$ 


8 


$ 


- 


TEACHER RETIREMENT 


$ 


8 


$ 


8 


$ 


- 


SALARIES-AFTER SCHOOL 


$ 


15,000 


$ 


16,000 


$ 


1,000 


FICA 


$ 


1,148 


$ 


1,224 


$ 


76- 


EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT 


$ 


200 


$ 


150 


$ 


(50) 


SUPPLIES 


$ 


1,650 


$ 


624 


$ 


(1,026) 


EQUIPMENT 


$ 


1 


$ 


1 


$ 


- 


AUDIO/VISUAL 


$ 


1 


$ 


1 


$ 


- 


TOTAL 


$ 


115,699 


$ 


115,916 


$ 


217 


GUIDANCE 


$ 


93,491 


$ 


93,445 


$ 




SALARY 


(46) 


SALARY-SECRETARY 


$ 


16,100 


$ 


21 ,322 


$ 


5,222 


HEALTH INSURANCE 


$ 


21 ,957 


$ 


19,090 


$ 


(2,867) 


LIFE & DISABILITY 


$ 


1,008 


$ 


1,008 


$ 


- 


FICA 


$ 


8,380 


$ 


8,780 


$ 


399 


EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT 


$ 


1,475 


$ 


2,365 


$ 


890 


TEACHER'S RETIREMENT 


$ 


6,999 


$ 


8,475 


$ 


1,476 


UNEMPLOYMENT COMP 


$ 


132 


$ 


270 


$ 


138 


WORKER'S COMP 


$ 


701 


$ 


367 


$ 


(334) 


TESTING-OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


$ 


540 


$ 


1,555 


$ 


1,015 


REPAIRS & MAINT. 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


AUDIO/VISUAL 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


POSTAGE 


$ 


1,440 


$ 


900 


$ 


(540) 


PRINTINGS BINDING 


$ 


400 


$ 


400 


$ 


- 


EXPENSEATRAVEL 


$ 


220 


$ 


- 


$ 


(220) 


HONORS BANQUET 


$ 


1,795 


$ 


1,795 


$ 


- 


SUPPLIES 


$ 


350 


$ 


755 


$ 


405 


TEXTBOOKS 


$ 


242 


$ 


449 


$ 


207 


SOFTWARE 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


1 ,000 


REPLACEMENT FURNITURE & FIXTURES 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- : 


NEW EQUIPMENT- 


$ 


. 


$ 


<- 


$ 


- 


DUES & FEES 


$ 


180 


$ 


260 


$ 


80 


TOTAL 


$ 


155,411 


$ 


162,236 


$ 


6,825 


HEALTH 


$ 


87,442 


$ 


88,478 


$ 




SALARIES 


1,036 


HEALTH INSURANCE 


$ 


20,017 


$ 


19,481 


$ 


(536) 


LIFE/DISABILITY 


$ 


302 


$ 


302 


$ 


- 


FICA 


$ 


6,689 


$ 


6,769 


$ 


79 


RETIREMENT 


$ 


3,962 


$ 


4,798 


$ 


836 


UNEMPLOYMENT COMP. 


S 


88 


$ 


180 


$ 


92 


WORKER'S COMP. 


$ 


560 


$ 


283 


$ 


(276) 


PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


WELLNESS PROGRAM 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 






REPAIRS & MAINT. 


$ 


380 


$ 


415 


$ 


35 


SUPPLIES 


$ 


2,426 


$ 


2,099 


$ 


(327) 


TEXTBOOKSA/VORKBOOKS 


$ 


350 


$ 


350 


$ 


- 


AUDIOA/ISUAL 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


NEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


_ 


REPLACE FURNITURE & FIXTURES 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


OTHER EQUIPMENT 


$ 


360 


$ 


97 


$ 


(263) 


DUES & FEES 


$ 


140 


$ 


140 


$ 


- 




TOTAL $ 


122,716 


$ 


123,392 


$ 


676 


OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 






$ 


44,496.00 


$ 




SALARY 


$ 


44,496 


HEALTH INSURANCE 


$ 


- 


$ 


5,128.46 


$ 


5,128 


LIFE & DISABILITY 


$ 


- 


$ 


217.73 


$ 


218 


FICA 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,403.95 


$ 


3,404 


RETIREMENT 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,035.79 


$ 


4,036 


UNEMPLOYMENT 


$ 


- 


$ 


64.80 


$ 


65 


WORKERKS COMP 


$ 


- 


$ 


142.39 


$ 


142 


SUPPLIES 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,351.69 


$ 


1,352 




TOTAL $ 


- 


$ 


58,841 


$ 


58,841 


IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUCTION 




8,000 


$ 


8,000 


$ 




IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUCTION 


$ 


- 


IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUCTION-PARA'S $ 


1,000 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


_ 


TRAVEL 


$ 


3,300 


$ 


3,100 


$ 


(200) 


SUPPLIES 


$ 


100 


$ 


100 


$ 


- 




TOTAL $ 


12,400 


$ 


12,200 


$ 


(200) 


EDUCATIONAL MEDIA 














SALARY 


$ 


41,143 


$ 


41,143 


$ 


- 


SALARIES-PARAPROFESSIONAL 


$ 


15,203 


$ 


15,660 


$ 


457 


HEALTH INSURANCE 


$ 


17,215 


$ 


16,676 


$ 


(539) 


LIFE & DISABILITY 


$ 


378 


$ 


378 


$ 


- 


FICA 


$ 


4,310 


$ 


4,345 


$ 


35 


RETIREMENT 


$ 


3,082 


$ 


3,732 


$ 


650 


UNEMPLOYMENT COMP 


$ 


88 


$ 


180 


$ 


92 


WORKMAN'S COMP 


$ 


361 


$ 


182 


$ 


(179) 


REPAIRS & MAINT. 


$ 


200 


$ 


200 


$ 


- 


SUPPLIES 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


- 


TEXTBOOKS/PERIODICALS 


$ 


7,100 


$ 


7,100 


$ 


- 


SOFTWARE 


$ 


- 


$ 


70 


$ 


70 


AUDIO/VISUAL 


$ 


500 


$ 


700 


$ 


200 


FURNITURE 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


OTHER EQUIPMENT 


$ 


1 


$ 


480 


$ 


479 


DUES & FEES 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 




TOTAL $ 


90,580 


$ 


91,846 


$ 


1,265 


TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR 






$ 


77,600.00 


$ 




SALARY 


$ 


77,600.00 


HEALTH 


$ 


- 


$ 


19,481.15 


$ 


19,481.15 


LIFE & DISABILITY 


$ 


- 


$ 


352.80 


$ 


352.80 


FICA 


$ 


- 


$ 


5,936.39 


$ 


5,936.39 


RETIREMENT 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,875.80 


$ 


6,875.80 


UNEMPLOYMENT 


$ 


- 


$ 


180.00 


$ 


180.00 


WORKERS COMP 


$ 


- 


$ 


248.32 


$ 


248.32 




TOTAL $ 


- 


$ 


110,674 


$ 


110,674 


SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 




4,590 


$ 


4,590 


$ 




SALARIES 


$ 


- 


FICA 


$ 


352 


$ 


352 


$ 


- 



23 



OTHER PROFESSIONAL/SERVICES 


$ 


500 


$ 


500 


$ 


- 


OTHER PROF AUDIT 


$ 


5,500 


$ 


9,000 


$ 


3,500 


OTHER PROF LEGAL 


$ 


7,000 


$ 


7,671 


$ 


671 


ADVERTISING 


$ 


8,000 


$ 


8,000 


$ 


- 


DUES/FEES 


$ 


5,000 


$ 


5,300 


$ 


300 


TOTAL 


$ 


30,942 


$ 


35,413 


$ 


4,471 


SAU MANAGEMENT SERVICES 


$ 


266,727 


$ 


254,492 


$ 




SAU MANAGEMENT SERVICES 


(12,236) 


TOTAL 


$ 


266,727 


$ 


254,492 


$ 


(12,236) 


SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION 


$ 


150,705 


$ 


159,773 


$ 




SALARIES-PRINCIPAL 


9,068 


SALARIES-VICE PRINCIPAL 


$ 


55,641 


$ 


51,397 


$ 


(4,244) 


SALARY - PRINCIPAL SECRETARY 


$ 


66,054 


$ 


69,367 


$ 


3,313 


SALARY - SUBSTITUTE SECRETARY 


$ 


1,600 


$ 


1,700 


$ 


100 


HEALTH INSURANCE 


$ 


69,168 


$ 


77,762 


$ 


8,593 


INSURANCE BUY-OUT 


$ 


6,000 


$ 


- 


$ 


(6,000) 


LIFE & DISABILITY 


$ 


2,092 


$ 


2,092 


$ 


-■" 


FICA 


$ 


20,839 


$ 


21,461 


$ 


622 


EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT 


$ 


6,051 


$ 


7,693 


$ 


1,642 


TEACHER RETIREMENT 


$ 


15,455 


$ 


19,153 


$ 


3,698 


UNEMPLOYMENT COMP 


$ 


220 


$ 


450 


$ 


230 


WORKMAN'S COMP 


$ 


1,743 


$ 


898 


$ 


(845.640) 


TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 


$ 


12,000 


$ 


12,000 


$ 


- 


REPAIRS & MAINT. 


$ 


485 


$ 


485 


$ 


- 


COPIER RENTAL 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


POSTAGE/PETTY CASH . 


$ 


2,500 


$ 


1,900 


$ 


(600) 


PRINTING/BINDING 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


1,250 


$ 


250 


EXPENSE/TRAVEL 


$ 


1,100 


$ 


1,450 


$ 


350 


SUPPLIES 


$ 


1,280 


$ 


1,280 


$ 


- 


TEXTBOOKS/PERIODICALS 


$ 


100 


$ 


100 


$ 


- 


SOFTWARE 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


REPLACEMENT-FURNITURE & FIXTURES 


$ 


200 


$ 


200 


$ 


- 


OTHER EQUIPMENT 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


DUES & FEES 


$ 


1,900 


$ 


1,900 


$ 


- 


TOTAL 


$ 


416,132 


$ 


432,310 


* 


16,177 


SPECIAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION 


$ 


41,221 


$ 


45,595 


$ 




SALARY 


4,374 


SALARY-SECRETARY 


$ 


25,015 


$ 


26,275 


$ 


1,260 


HEALTH INSURANCE 


$ 


11,119 


$ 


33,874 


$ 


22,755 


INSURANCE BUY-OUT 


$ 


6,000 


$ 


- 


$ 


(6,000) 


LIFE & DISABILITY 


$ 


554 


$ 


554 


$ 


(0) 


FICA 


$ 


5,067 


$ 


5,498 


$ 


431 


EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT 


$ 


2,291 


$ 


2,914 


$ 


623 


TEACHER RETIREMENT 


$ 


3,087 


$ 


4,135 


$ 


1,048 


TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 


$ 


1,500 


$ 


3,000 


$ 


1,500 


UNEMPLOYMENT COMP 


$ 


77 


$ 


158 


$ 


81 


WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE 


$ 


424 


$ 


230 


$ 


(194) 


COPIER RENTAL 


$ 


1,100 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


(100) 


POSTAGE 


$ 


1,250 


$ 


2,000 


$ 


750 


TRAVEL 


$ 


1,175 


$ 


1,925 


$ 


750 


SUPPLIES 


$ 


900 


$ 


1,125 


$ 


225 


DUES & FEES 


$ 


1,400 


$ 


1,395 


$ 


(5) 


TOTAL 


$ 


102,181 


$ 


129,679 


$ 


27,497 


OPERATION & MAINTENANCE OF PLANT 


$ 


128,752 


$ 


137,010 


$ 




SALARIES 


8,258 


SALARIES-SUMMER MAINTENANCE 


$ 


15,500 


$ 


15,502 


$ 


2 



24 



SALARY - SUBSTITUTE 

OVERTIME CALL-IN 

HEALTH INSURANCE 

LIFE/DISABILITY 

FICA 

EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT 

UNEMPLOYMENT COMP 

WORKMAN'S COMP 

WATER/SEWER-SAU OFFICE 

TECHNICAL SERVICES 

DISPOSAL SERVICES 

REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE 

PROPERTY INSURANCE 

TELEPHONES 

SUPPLIES 

ELECTRICITY 

BOTTLED GAS 

HEATING OIL 

REPLACEMENT-FURNITURE & FIXTURES 

OTHER EQUIPMENT 



$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 



$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 



6,400 
6,000 

72,572 
1,008 
9,850 

11,794 

176 

4,686 

9,550 

3 

7,800 

48,366 

16,200 
5,500 

35,500 

62,500 
3,000 

97,500 
3 
3 



$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 



7,000 

6,600 
79,606 

1,008 

10,481 

15,194 

360 

2,430 

9,000 
3 

8,000 
52,983 
16,954 

5,000 
30,500 
62,500 

3,000 

90,000 

3 

3 



$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 



600 

600 

7,034 

632 
3,401 

184 
(2,256) 
(550) 

200 
4,617 

754 
(500) 
(5,000) 



(7,500) 





TOTAL 


$ 


542,662 


$ 


553,137 


$ 


10,475 


TRANSPORTATION 




$ 


126,096 


$ 


131,188 


$ 




TRANSPORTATION CONTRACT 




5,092 


SPECIAL ED. TRANSPORTATION 




$ 


9,000 


$ 


9,000 


$ 


- 


TRANSPORTATION SPORTS TRIPS 




$ 


22,000 


$ 


22,000 


$ 


- 


TRANSPORTATION FIELD TRIPS 




$ 


12,474 


$ 


12,474 


$ 


- 




TOTAL 


$ 


169,570 


$ 


174,662 


$ 


5,092 


BUILDING IMPROVEMENT 




$ 


200,003 


$ 


3 


$ 


(200,000) 


INTEREST ON BOND 




$ 


5,100 


$ 


8,894 


$ 


3,794 


PRINCIPAL ON BOND 




$ 


28,571 


$ 


48,571 


S 


20,000 




TOTAL 


$ 


233,674 


$ 


57,468 


$ 


(176,206) 


TOTAL GENERAL FUND 


$ 


5,465,073 


$ 


5,330,212 


$ 


(134,861) 


SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM 




$ 


84,959 


$ 


88,396 


$ 




SALARIES - CAFETERIA 




3,437 


SALARY - SUBSTITUTES 




$ 


2,000 


$ 


2,320 


$ 


320 


HEALTH INSURANCE 




$ 


14,661 


$ 


16,807 


$ 


2,147 


LIFE/DISABILITY 




$ 


252 


$ 


252 


$ 


1 


FICA/ CAFETERIA 




$ 


6,499 


$ 


6,762 


$ 


263 


RETIREMENT-EMPLOYEE 




$ 


1,846 


$ 


2,302 


$ 


456 


WORKERS COMP 




$ 


2,838 


$ 


1,476 


$ 


(1,361) 


UNEMPLOYMENT COMP 




$ 


315 


$ 


563 


$ 


248 


REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE 




$ 


5,000 


$ 


2,500 


$ 


(2,500) 


EXPENSE/TRAVEL 




$ 


500 


$ 


500 


$ 


- 


SUPPLIES/CAFETERIA 




$ 


2,500 


$ 


3,500 


$ 


1,000 


FOOD-CAFETERIA 




$ 


80,000 


$ 


80,000 


$ 


- 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT-CAFETERIA 




$ 


1,200 


$ 


1 


$ 


(1,199) 


REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT 




$ 


5,000 


$ 


2,500 


$ 


(2,500) 


DUES/FEES 




$ 


500 


$ 


750 


$ 


250 




TOTAL 


$ 


208,069 


$ 


208,630 


$ 


561 


TOTAL GENERAL AND FOOD FUNDS 




$ 


5,673,142 


$ 


5,538,842 


$ 


(134,300) 



25 



FEDERAL FUNDS 

TiTLE I 
TITLE I! 
TITLE IV 
TiTLE V 
REAP 



TOTAL 



$ 


160,000 


$ 


170,000 


$ 


10,000 


$ 


20,000 


$ 


24,000 


$ 


4,000 


$ 


10,000 


$ 


5,000 


$ 


(5,000) 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


- 


$ 


10,000 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


(9,000) 


$ 


200,000 


$ 


200,000 


$ 


- 



SUB TOTAL 



$ 5,873,142 $ 5,738,842 $ (134,300) 



SEPARATE WARRANT ARTICLES 

BUILDING REPAIRS/HS GYM ROOF 
MAINTENANCE TRUST 
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING -Teachers 
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING - Support Staff 



GRAND TOTAL 



$ 

$ 

$ 

iff $ 


- 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


34,065 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


34,065 


TOTAL $ 


- 


$ 


34,065 


$ 


34,065 


$ 


5,873,142 


$ 


5,772,907 


$ 


(100,235) 




26 



NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT 
ESTIMATED REVENUES/ASSESSMENT 



SOURCE 

LOCAL REVENUES 

Earnings on Investments 

School Food Service Sales 

Tuition 

Other Local Revenue-Shared Tech $20K & Rent 

STATE REVENUES 

Building Aid 
Child Nutrition 
Driver Education 
Catastrophic Aid 
Vocational Aid 

FEDERAL REVENUES 

Child Nutrition 

Medicaid 

Other Federal Sources (94-142) 

Federal Forest Reserve 

OTHER SOURCES 

Bond 

LOCAL/STATE/FEDERAL REV. 
FEDERAL PROGRAM GRANTS 
TOTAL REVENUE W/Locai,State & Fed 

FUND BALANCE 

Placed into Maintenance Trust 
Placed into Maintenance Trust 
Unreserved to Reduce Taxes 

TOTAL REVENUE BEFORE GRANT 1 ,41 8,893 1 ,1 62,843 

ADEQUATE EDUCATION GRANT 2,666,064 2,724,962 

ADDITIONAL TARGETED AID 63,054 

DISTRICT ASSESSMENT 

State Education Tax 254,723 246,575 

Local Education Tax 1 ,533,462 1 ,575,473 

TOTAL TAX ASSESSMENT 1 ,788, 1 85 1 ,822,048 

APPROPRIATION VOTED 5,873,142 5,772,907 

NOTE: THE ADEQUATE EDUCATION GRANT IS ONLY AN ESTIMATE. 



(MS-24) 

CURRENT 

2010-2011 


ESTIMATED 
2011-2012 


1,000 

63,000 

630,000 

10,000 


1,000 

65,000 

630,000 

30,000 


17,506 
2,000 




40,000 


34,843 
2,000 








80,000 

21,000 

105,000 

856 


80,000 

20,000 

100,000 




200,000 





1,170,362.0 


962,843 


200,000 


200,000 


1,370,362 


1,162,843 






48,531 








27 



GROVETON ESTIMATED TAX RATE 



SCHOOL PORTION ONLY 



Item: 
Appropriations Voted: 

General Fund 
Lunch Funds 
Federal Funds 

Negotiated Agreement - Teachers 
Negotiated Agreement - Support Staff 
Trust Fund 
Trust Fund 
Trust Fund 
Total Appropriations 

Revenues: 

Money left from last year's budget: 
Elem Bond Revenue 
Trust Fund Deposit 
Trust Fund Deposit 
Trust Fund Deposit 
Federal Revenues 
General Revenues 
Total Revenues 

Budget after Revenues, before Grant 



State Education Grant 
Additional Aid - 2.1588% of 10/11 

Amount to be raised by taxes 

State School Property Tax (raised locally) 
Local School Property Tax: 



Appropriations Voted 

Negotiated Agreement Teachers 

Negotiated Agreement Support Staff 

Total Local School Tax Rate 

State School Property Tax Rate ($2.35): 

Total State & Local School Tax Rate: 



As Presented in 








March 2010 


Actual 


Proposed 




2010/2011 


2010/2011 


2011/2012 


Diff. +/- 


5,459,973.00 


5,465,073.00 


5,330,212 


(134,861) 


208,069.00 


208,069.00 


208,630 


561 


200,000.00 


200,000.00 


200,000 


- 


0.00 


0.00 


34,065 


34,065 


0.00 


0.00 







0.00 


0.00 







0.00 


0.00 







0.00 


0.00 







5,868,042.00 


5,873,142.00 


5,772,907 


(100,235) 


0.00 


48,531.00 







200,000.00 


200,000.00 







0.00 


0.00 







0.00 


0.00 







0.00 


0.00 







200,000.00 


200,000.00 


200,000 




1,015,500.00 


970,362.00 


962,843 




1,415,500.00 


1,418,893.00 


1,162,843 


(256,050) 


4,452,542.00 


4,454,249.00 


4,610,064 


155,815 


2,627,000.00 


2,666,064.00 


2,724,962 


58,898 


0.00 


0.00 

1,788,185.00 
254,723.00 


63,054 


63,054 




1,822,048 
246,575 




1,825,542.00 


33,863 


293,787.00 




1,531,755.00 


1,533,462.00 


1,575,473 




11.15 


11.57 


11.63 


0.06 


0.00 


0.00 


0.26 


0.26 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


11.15 


11.57 


11.89 


0.32 



2.60 



2.35 



2.28 



, 13.76 



13.92 



14.17 



-0.07 
0.25 



'Based upon $132,534,000 net assessed valuation and $108,279,720 net assessment-utilities 



28 



SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE UNIT #58 

Northumberland-Stark-Stratford 



PROPOSED 2011-2012 BUDGET 
January 13, 2011 



ESTIMATED REVENUES 



UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE 09/10 



ESTIMATED E-RATE REVENUE 



TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 



$ 

$ 



47,158.92 
45,000.00 



92,158.92 



ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 

SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 

SAU # 58 MANAGEMENT 

OTHER EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (Includes E-Rate) 

FISCAL MANAGEMENT 

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 

TOTAL EXPENSES 

MINUS ESTIMATED REVENUES 

PROPOSED BUDGET LESS REVENUE 



$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 



4,000.00 

8,271.00 

203,803.72 

101,962.00 

176,842.20 

17,250.00 



512,128.92 
92,158.92 



$ 



419,970.00 



June 28, 2010 ADM 

EQUALIZED VALUATION 2009-2010 
EVALUATION PERCENT PUPILS 



PUPIL COMBINED TOTAL 

PERCENT PERCENT DISTRICT SHARE 



Northumberland 


$118,481,169 


Decrease 10/11 




Stark 


$67,632,392 


Decrease 10/1 1 




Stratford 


$66,942,374 


Decrease 10/1 1 






$253,055,935 



46.82% 



26.73% 



26.45% 



390.61 



24.05 



110.53 



74.37% 



4.58% 



21.05% 



60.60% 



15.65% 



23.75% 



$254,491.62 

($12,235.86) 

$65,736.97 

($323.14) 

$99,741.41 

($15,472.18) 



100.00% 



525.19 



100.00% 



100.00% 



$419,970.00 



2010/201 1 Current Budget $ 
201 1/2012 Proposed Budget 

$ 

Proposed Budget Decrease 



448,001.18 

$419,970.00 



(28,031.18) 

-6.26% 
(28,031.18) 



29 



SAU #58 

ADOPTED BUDGET 

2011-2012 

CURRENT 

BUDGET 

2010-2011 



ADOPTED 

BUDGET 

2011-2012 



DIFFERENCE 



Curriculum Development 








Staff Development Day 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


0.00 


Curriculum Development 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


0.00 


Sub-Total 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


0.00 


Board Services 








Treasurer 


515.00 


515.00 


0.00 


F1CA 


40.00 


40.00 


0.00 


Audit 


2,500.00 


5,000.00 


2,500.00 


Board Minutes 


165.00 


200.00 


• . 35.00 


FICA 


15.00 


16.00 


1.00 


Legal Services 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 


0.00 


Sub-Total 


5,735.00 


8,271.00 


2,536.00 


SAU #58 Management 








Superintendent Salary 


85,000.00 


90,000.00 


5,000.00 


Tech Coord. E-Rate 


1,000.00 


3,000.00 


2,000.00 


Admin./Curr. Coord. 


18,750.00 


11,250.00 


-7,500.00 


Secretary 


31,794.71 


33,853.50 


2,058.79 


Health Insurance 


27,496.87 


27,695.45 


198.58 


Dental Insurance 


745.92 


783.75 


37.83 


Life & Disability 


700.00 


600.00 


-100.00 


FICA 


10,445.67 


10,909.17 


463.50 


Retirement 


10,698.40 


13,735.35 


3,036.95 


Tuition Reimbursement 


5,040.00 


1,500.00 


-3,540.00 


Unemp. Comp. 


716.86 


656.09 


-60.77 


Workers Comp. 


737.34 


570.41 


-166.93 


Travel 


3,750.00 


3,750.00 


0.00 


Dues & Fees 


3,000.00 


5,500.00 


2,500.00 


Sub-Total 


199,875.77 


203,803.72 


3,927.95 


Other Exec. Mgmt. Services 








Staff Training 


2,000.00 


1,450.00 


-550.00 


Technical Services 


1,000.00 


3,750.00 


2,750.00 


Copy Machine Rental 


2,000.00 


1,500.00 


-500.00 


Telephones 


2,000.00 


1,500.00 


-500.00 


Internet Fees 


64,578.00 


64,578.00 


0.00 


Postage/Bank Fees 


4,300.00 


4,184.00 


-116.00 


Advertisements 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 


0.00 


District Software 


10,000.00 


14,400.00 


4,400.00 


Supplies 


3,500.00 


5,000.00 


1,500.00 


Network Software 


1,000.00 


1,200.00 


200.00 


Replacement of Computers 


1 ,000.00 


1,000.00 


0.00 


Dues & Fees 


900.00 


900.00 


0.00 


Sub-Total 


94,778.00 


101,962.00 


7,184.00 


Fiscal Management 








Salary Business Manager 


53,819.77 


56,098.81 


2,279.04 


Health Insurance Buyout 


6,386.21 


6,000.00 


-386.21 


Salary Payroll & Payables 


47,920.60 


56,580.20 


8,659.60 


Health Insurance 


14,724.45 


16,961.88 


2,237.43 


Dental Insurance 


1,118.88 


1,175.63 


56.75 


Life & Disability 


700.00 


590.00 


-110.00 


FICA 


8,271.68 


9,078.94 


807.26 


Retirement 


9,319.42 


12,496.10 


3,176.68 


Tuition Reimbursement 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


0.00 


Unemp. Comp. 


534.14 


514.37 


-19.77 


Workers Comp. 


583.88 


474.27 


-109.61 


Prof./Technical Service 


10,455.03 


10,422.00 


-33.03 


Travel Expense 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


0.00 


Supplies 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


0.00 


Dues & Fees 


450.00 


450.00 


0.00 


Sub-Total 


160,284.06 


176,842.20 


16,558.14 


Operation/Maintenance 








Maintenance 


400.00 


650.00 


250.00 


Rent 


10,000.00 


10,000.00 


0.00 


Property Insurance 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


0.00 


Supplies 


400.00 


200.00 


-200.00 


Electrical 


1,800.00 


1,900.00 


100.00 


Oil 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


0.00 


Sub-Total 


17,100.00 


17,250.00 


150.00 


Salary & Benefit Pool 


16,350.17 


0.00 


-16,350.17 


Total 


498,123.00 


512,128.92 


14,005.92 



30 



2010-2011 TEACHER SALARIES 



Name 


Title 


Salary Benefits & Taxes 


Total Grant I 


Funded 


Sharon Atkinson 


Foreign Lang. 


$54,382 


$29,229 


$83,61 1 




Vicky Bailey 


Reading Spec. 


$61,382 


$30,427 


$91,809 




Susan Becker 


Art 


$51,358 


$14,785 


$66,143 




Benjamin Blodgett 


Industrial Arts 


$37,668 


$13,749 


$51,417 




Karen Blodgett 


English 


$60,858 


$24,944 


$85,802 




W. Timothy Brooks 


Title I 


$52,358 


$16,254 


$68,612 


100% 


Angelique Brown 


Grade 3 


$32,668 


$25,619 


$58,287 




Heather Bushey 


Special Ed 


$52,367 


$28,886 


$81 ,253 




Karen Conroy 


Technology 


$49,668 


$28,453 


$78,121 




Michael Foster 


Social Studies 


$54,382 


$29,229 


$83,61 1 




Michelle Fox-Bushaw 


Mathematics 


$42,143 


$18,173 


$60,316 




Juli Guay 


Grade 5 


$32,668 


$11,617 


$44,285 




Lisa Guay 


Mathematics 


$54,382 


$29,212 


$83,594 




Virginia Haines 


Title I /Reading 


$54,382 


$13,733 


$68,115 


50% 


George Hammond 


Special Ed 


$53,082 


$16,316 


$69,398 




Tim Haskins 


English 


$53,358 


$29,102 


$82,460 




Kimberly Hockmeyer 


Title I / Special Ed 


$42,143 


$23,161 


$65,304 


50% 


Lorna Holcombe 


Grade 5 


$38,143 


$21,141 


$59,284 




Brock Ingalis 


Physical Ed 


$33,668 


$25,784 


$59,452 




Mindy Johnson 


Grade 4 


$50,058 


$14,497 


$64,555 




Deborah Joyce 


Grade 2 


$56,382 


$29,612 


$85,994 




Andrew Lefebvre 


Social Studies 


$29,668 


$11,174 


$40,842 




Michelle Mason 


Special Ed 


$35,668 


$20,758 


$56,426 




Dorothy Meunier 


Nurse 


$51,358 


$28,717 


$80,075 




Tamera Murray 


Mathematics 


$52,358 


$10,891 


$63,249 




Cynthia Rainville 


Technology 


$35,668 


$23,439 


$59,107 




Bruce Rumball 


Science 


$54,382 


$29,286 


$83,668 




Caliie Rylands 


Grade 2 


$31,143 


$12,716 


$43,859 




Robin Scott 


Library 


$41,143 


$27,042 


$68,185 




Claire Senecal 


Grade 1 


$54,382 


$16,524 


$70,906 




Crystal Shallow 


Social Studies 


$38,668 


$12,629 


$51,297 




Lindsey Spencer 


Title I 


$28,668 


$12,312 


$40,980 


100% 


Patty Stinson 


Guidance 


$56,382 


$18,798 


$75,180 




Joy Tibbetts 


Family Consumer 


$32,668 


$12,930 


$45,598 




Brenda Tilton 


Grade 3 


$37,668 


$12,460 


$50,128 




Andrew Tobin 


Music 


$41,143 


$27,042 


$68,185 




Karen Tolin 


Guidance 


$37,063 


$13,659 


$50,722 




Steve Torrey 


Science 


$53,082 


$13,488 


$66,570 




Kathryn Treamer 


Title I / Math Rec. 


$56,382 


$24,231 


$80,613 


50% 


Kathie Westby-Gibson Science 


$55,382 


$16,713 


$72,095 




Barbara Wheelock 


Kindergarten 


$56,382 


$24,231 


$80,613 




Kimberly Wheelock 


English 


$38,668 


$26,625 


$65,293 




Denise Wood 


Business 


$39,308 


$12,733 


$52,041 





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2010-2011 SUPPORT STAFF SALARIES 



Name 


Title 


Salary I 


3enef its & Taxes 


Total Grant Funded 


Pierre Couture 


GHS Principal 


$80,452 


$34,673 $115,125 


Pam MacDonald 


Special Ed Director 


$58,000 


$25,212 


$83,212 


Rosanna Moran 


GES Principal 


$73,151 


$33,451 $106,602 


Michael Silverman 


GHS Asst. Principal 


$49,500 


$15,760 


$65,260 


Sandra Ghelli 


GES Nurse 


$35,543 


$3,022 


$38,565 


Stephanie Paquette 


Occupational Therapy 


$60,000 


$17,505 


$77,505 


Tabitha Paquette 


General Music 


$13,271 


$1,175 


$14,447 


Beverly Ambrozewski 


Cafeteria 


$5,273 


$654 


$5,927 


Theresa Beland 


Food Service Director 


$20,157 


$19,628 


$39,785 


Sally Brugger 


Cafeteria 


$9,113 


$1,076 


$10,189 


Mary Jane Clark 


Cafeteria 


$5,950 


$729 


$6,679 


Barbara Cloutier 


Cafeteria 


$6,399 


$778 


$7,177 


Jane Cunningham 


Cafeteria 


$16,616 


$1,901 


$18,517 


Oriole Hawksley 


Cafeteria 


$12,312 


$1,428 


$13,740 


Frederica Jewett 


Cafeteria 


$5,805 


$713 


$6,518 


Wanda Cloutier 


GES Secretary 


$34,008 


$27,147 


$61,155 


Beth Flynn 


GHS Guidance Sec. 


$18,620 


$8,074 


$26,694 


Lisa McCarthy 


Special Ed. Secretary 


$23,824 


$21,303 


$45,127 


Pamela Styles 


GHS Secretary 


$34,008 


$13,899 


$47,907 


Rene Burt 


Custodian 


$29,120 


$21,424 


$50,544 


Lisa Grimes 


Custodian 


$36,296 


$28,552 


$64,848 


Kerry Pelletier 


Custodian 


$36,296 


$28,548 


$64,844 


Thomas Young 


Custodian 


$27,040 


$21,007 


$48,047 




2010-2011 PARAPROFESSIONAL SALARIES 




Name 


Title 


Salary I 


Benefits & Taxes 


Total Grant Funded 


Lorie Bailey 


Special Ed. Para 


$14,730 


$1 ,296 


$16,026 


Kimberly Bronson 


Special Ed. Para 


$14,730 


$1,296 


$16,026 


Judith Crawford 


Special Ed. Para 


$14,730 


$1 ,296 


$16,026 


Jeffrey Frank 


Regular Ed. Para 


$8,626 


$790 


$9,416 


Raina Gadwah 


Title I Para 


$14,322 


$1,262 


$15,585 100% 


Debra Laflamme 


Library Para 


$15,123 


$1,329 


$16,452 


Brenda Lovell 


Special Ed. Para 


$14,730 


$1,296 


$16,026 


Lisa Marshall 


Special Ed. Para 


$14,730 


$1,296 


$16,026 


Christine Perras 


Speech Assistant 


$14,901 


$1,310 


$16,211 


Teri Woodward 


Title I Para 


$14,322 


$1,262 


$15,585 100% 


Christine Young 


Special Ed. Para - 


$14,730 


$1 ,296 


$16,026 



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2010-2011 CO-CURRICULAR SALARIES 



Name 


Title 


Salary I 


3enef its & Taxes 


Total < 


3rant Funded 


Sharon Atkinson 


National Honor Society 


$573 


$168 


$741 




Sharon Atkinson 


Foreign Lang. Advisor 


$1,577 


$332 


$1,909 




Vicky Bailey 


GES Yearbook Advisor 


$860 


$215 


$1,075 




Kimberly Bronson 


GHS Dention Monitor 


$573 


$123 


$696 




Wanda Cloutier 


Elem Girls Soccer 


$430 


$150 


$580 




Mark Collins 


Varsity Boys Basketball 


$3,010 


$325 


$3,335 




Judith Crawford 


Yearbook Co-Advisor 


$1,075 


$164 


$1,239 




Michelle Fox-Bushaw 


HS St. Council Co-Advs. 


$645 


$180 


$825 




Juli Guay 


Elem. Detention 


$860 


$215 


$1,075 




Tim Haskins 


Varsity Girls Basketball 


$3,010 


$566 


$3,576 




Tim Haskins 


Varsity Softball 


$2,150 


$426 


$2,576 




Brock Ingalls 


GHS Athletic Director 


$3,500 


$646 


$4,146 




Brock Ingalls 


Varsity Boys Baseball 


$1,863 


$379 


$2,242 




Debra Laflamme 


After School Director 


$6,000 


$572 


$6,572 




Dorothy Meunier 


Yearbook Co-Advisor 


$932 


$227 


$1,159 




Tamera Murray 


MS Student Council 


$1,290 


$285 


$1,575 




Stepanie Paquette 


5/6 Girls Basketball 


$717 


$192 


$909 




Adam Pelletier 


JH Boys Soccer 


$1,003 


$158 


$1,161 




Bruce Pelletier 


JH Girls Basketball 


$1,147 


$170 


$1,317 




Kerry Pelletier 


GES Athletic Director 


$1,290 


$300 


$1,590 




Kerry Pelletier 


3/4 Boys Basketball 


$1,003 


$250 


$1,253 




Kerry Pelletier 


5/6 Boys Basketball 


$1,147 


$262 


$1,409 




Kerry Pelletier 


Elem Boys Soccer 


$860 


$225 


$1,085 




Kerry Pelletier 


JV Boys Baseball 


$1,806 


$390 


$2,196 




Tege Randall 


JH Boys Baseball 


$1,000 


$158 


$1,158 




John Rooney 


JV Boys Basketball 


$2,007 


$241 


$2,248 




John Rooney 


Varsity Boys Soccer 


$1,863 


$229 


$2,092 




Bobbie Routhier 


3/4 Girls Basketball 


$573 


$123 


$696 




Crystal Shallow 


Peer Tutor Advisor 


$860 


$215 


$1,075 




Pamela Styles 


Student Activities 


$1,100 


$267 


$1,367 




Joy Tibbetts 


FCCLA 


$1,720 


$218 


$1,938 




Alan Wheelock 


JH Girls Soccer 


$1,433 


$194 


$1,627 




Alan Wheelock 


JV Girls Basketball 


$2,007 


$241 


$2,248 




Alan Wheelock 


JH Softball 


$1,433 


$194 


$1,627 




Chris Wheelock 


Varsity Girls Soccer 


$2,150 


$253 


$2,403 




Chris Wheelock 


JH Boys Basketball 


$1,577 


$206 


$1,783 




Kimberly Wheelock 


HS St. Council Co-Advs. 


$430 


$145 


$575 




Denise Wood 


FBLA Advisor 


$1,863 


$379 


$2,242 





2010-2011 SAU SALARIES 



Name 

Fred Bailey 
Patricia Brown 
Darlene Curley 
Carrie Irving 
Michelle Rogers 
James Shallow 



Title 

Administrative Coord. 

Business Manager 

Payroll/HR 

Secretary 

Payables/Grants 

Superintendent 



Salary Benefits & Taxes Total Grant Funded 



$18,750 
$53,820 
$26,592 
$31,795 
$23,171 
$85,000 



$1,629 $20,379 
$16,837 $70,656 
$13,003 $39,595 
$27,350 $59,145 
$12,406 $35,578 
$20,282 $105,282 



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NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT 

MISSION STATEMENT 

Educating the students of the Northumberland School District is a partnership involving the 
students, parents, community members, and the professional and support staff of our schools. 
We will design and provide a broad range of educational experiences for students in an 
environment which is consistent, nurturing, and challenging. We honor the tradition of 
educational exceilence in Northumberland and the integral role public schools play in fostering a 
sense of community. 

STATEMENTS OF BELIEF 

We believe: 

• The purpose of schools is learning. 

• Everyone is entitled to a safe, supportive, and secure learning environment which 
recognizes individuality and diversity. 

• Learning is a lifelong process of developing one's maximum potential. 

• High standards encourage growth and prepare students to become contributing 
members of society. 

• Students must be effective communicators and listeners who are capable of 
expressing themselves clearly. 

• Students must be critical thinkers and problem solvers who can think abstractly and 
creatively. 

• It is essential to recognize the importance of honesty and cooperation, as well as 
competition, in our complex society. 

• Students must use available technology to facilitate learning, solve problems, and 
extend human possibilities. 

• Everyone has the right to be treated with dignity and respect. 

• Individuals are ultimately responsible for their own actions and achievements. 

• Education is the responsibility of the entire community. 

• Education is fundamental to the successful functioning of society and must be a top 
priority. 



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NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT 
MESSAGE FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

2010-2011 

It is a privilege to have been selected as your Superintendent of Schools and to submit this annual 
superintendent's school report. Since I assumed this position July 1, 2010 we have continued to face many 
challenges. The economy continues to decline as does enrollment in the elementary school. Our teacher contract 
was due to expire on June 30, 201 1 which meant negotiations with the teachers was an immediate concern. We 
were also faced with increased expenses beyond our control; increased special education costs, increased 
insurance costs both from President Obama's new federal insurance program and normally anticipated yearly 
insurance increases, increased retirement contributions because of the state's decreased contributions, and a 
$200,000 decrease in revenue caused when the district received a $200,000 tax bond payment last school year. 
We also had the resignation of one veteran board member who was replaced with a new addition. This meant two 
new board members faced learning about policies, procedures, and budgets: Finally, there isn't a clear long term 
direction in where this district and other districts within the SAU intend to move in the future. I have stressed 
collaboration, communication, and cooperation between the three boards in the best interests of the students and 
taxpayers. 

I believe we have made significant progress in all these areas over the past several months. Some of the 
highlights are as follows: 

First, the teachers realized the extreme economic crisis facing the town and have agreed to-a modest two 
year agreement with significant concessions on health insurance that will save the district $67,121 in the first -year 
and $68,039 in the second year. These are significant savings to the district over time that will not be realized if 
we do not pass the negotiated agreements. The board and teachers worked exceedingly hard and made many 
tough decisions regarding a new teachers' contract. Under our state's current Evergreen Clause, if we hadn't 
reached an agreement, the teachers would have continued under the current contract for another year. This 
contract would have cost the taxpayers about $101,186. Both the board and teachers are to be commended for 
their frequent and long meetings in achieving this two year agreement. 

Second, we know this is a difficult time for everyone. Many are faced with job losses, looming property tax 
bills, and we ail face a crippling state and national economy. There is much to cause us concern, but there is also 
much to be proud of and to hold on to. Our schools, which have been recognized nationally as some of the best in 
the nation, are practically the only asset we have left in our community. We need to hold on to the outstanding 
academic and co-curricular programs that have been so successful and that have prepared our children to go on 
into the world either to further their education or join the work force or armed services. However, we must 
continue looking toward the future and not always dwell on past glories and achievements. Decisions to eliminate 
positions and programs are never easy, but the administration and the boards have agreed to do that without 
creating a negative educational impact to our students. We know that if enrollment trends continue to decline and 
funding continues to decrease, tougher choices will have to be made and further cuts may be necessary. Although 
at the time I'm writing this report the budget has not been finalized by the budget committee, the expense side of 
the budget is down to $33,863 (which includes the $34,065 teacher contract warrant article). One major reason for 
this is that the administrators decreased one full time teaching position at the elementary school and two part time 
elementary teaching positions. While the decrease in elementary enrollment will not filter up to the high school for 
another four to five years, there will come a time when reductions at the high school may be possible without 
impacting our student's education. 

Third, i believe the district's relationship with the budget committee has improved over the., last year. We 
have worked closely with the budget committee to provide open communication and provide as much information 
as we can about the budget process. Even though our expenses are down, revenue is also down which means 
that our current increase in the total budget is about $33,863. This should be particularly impressive since ou> 
revenue decreased $256,050. 

Fourth, the Board started the process of updating all their policies, many of which haven't been updated for 
twenty years. So far the Board has reviewed and passed about 100 new policies including state mandated 
policies on bullying, attendance, and air quality issues. There are still many more to review but I believe we have 
made significant progress in this area. 

Fifth, the Groveton Elementary School stairwell project was completed on time with a minimum of 
additional costs. As with any project of this magnitude there are always some unplanned costs but the ones 
associated with this project were minimal and absorbed through our building maintenance fund, not through 
additional costs in the bond project. 

Sixth, the SAU 58 Board is developing a long-term strategic plan for the SAU. While still in draft form the 
Board has identified some key results areas, goals, and objectives to move the SAU in a specific direction. The 
following is the "executive summary of those actions." 

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"The following are the three main areas the plan stresses and a sample of some of the goals in each area. The 
respective Annex will include individual goals and specific objectives. These KRA's can only be achieved through 
collaboration, cooperation, and communication between all three districts. 

1 . Annex 1 : Create and sustain a safe and respectful environment for students and staff. 

a. Develop and implement a comprehensive facilities improvement plan which stresses safety and 
efficiency of our physical plant 

b. Ensure emergency/crisis pJans are current and comply with FEMA regulations 

c. Be proactive in the prevention and bullying harassment 

2. Annex 2: Develop and implement a plan which instructional strategies within the curriculum to 
maximize student achievement appropriate to development and learning style. The key to this is 
through curriculum, instruction, and assessment. 

a. Apply mission, beliefs, and student companies for the emerging' profile of a 21 st century learner to 
all students 

b. Accelerate achievement for all students, across all competencies and reduce achievement 
disparities among all groups of students. 

c. Ensure all students AND staff become proficient users of technology. 

d. Use technology to enhance communication between educators and parents. 

e. Provide professional development in the differentiation of instruction to ensure the engagement of 
all students 

3. Annex 3: Stress efficiency at all levels. In this case we define efficiency as meaning away to get the 
same or a better produce at a decreased cost. For instruction it means how we because better at 
teaching. 

a. Create scheduled, sufficient, and sustained time for staff members to carry out the work of the 
school in collaborative Professional Learning Committees. 

b. Determine the most efficient way to procure, use, and dispose of technology to carry out district 
wide and school technology plans. 

c. Provide professional development in the use of data to drive instruction 

d. Ensure instruction if aligned with GLEs to improve NECAP scores and make AYP 

e. Explore way to collaborate and share resources 

f. Use the Danielson model to continue to evaluate and improve instruction 

g. Continue to refine our mentorship model 
h. Obtain a grant writer 

i. Investigate having the technology coordinator and special education director an SAU position." 

These are ambitious goals and ones that the administration and staff have been working on throughout the school 
year, and will continue to work on. As always, the ultimate goal is to provide the best education possible for our 
students while considering the ability of the taxpayers to pay for this education. We have worked very hard to 
focus our goals on improving student achievement through aligning curriculum, analyzing assessment data, and 
improving instructional practices within the classroom. Our students have made significant gains on both the 
statewide NECAP assessment as well as the nationally normed NWEA assessment. I am very proud of the 
outstanding work done by the staff and administration to meet the 21 st century challenges posed by globalization 
and the No Child Left Behind legislation. 

We are in economically challenging times to provide educational leadership to our school communities, but the 
work is made easier to complete with the administrators, teachers, parents, and community members withiq our 
SAU focused on a common mission. Our mission is to provide the best educational opportunities for all our 
children given our limited resources. The Northumberland Board deserves a great deal of credit for their 
commitment to our schools' educational programs. 

There are tough choices ahead to keep this SAU sustainable, but we need to continue to work together to make 
sure that the students and their futures remain the focus of our educational mission. The Groveton and Stark 
Boards have continued the AREA tuition agreements that will ultimately save money for the taxpayers and provide 
our students with high quality education opportunities. 



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Finally, I would like to applaud the staff and students for their successes and accomplishments this past year. I 
want to thank Principals Pierre Couture and Rosanna Moran as well as Special Education Director Pam McDonah 
for their hard work and service. They have done a tremendous job under sometimes extremely difficult conditions 
The central office staff has also worked tirelessly to provide detailed information for all the various committees an< 
individuals who have requested information and I appreciate all the hours they have dedicated to supporting the 
administrative team. I would also like to extend my sincere appreciation to Fred Bailey for his dedication and 
continued service to the SAU and to me. The number of days Mr. Bailey will work we again be reduced for next 
year. His services will be sorely missed. We are fortunate to have such an exceptional group of people working 
with our students and for our community. 

Thank you for the opportunity to serve your community as superintendent of schools. I am always available if you 
wish to discuss concerns or how we might make our schools better. Thank you for your continued support. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James D. "Dan" Shallow 
Superintendent of Schools 




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GROVETON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

REPORT OF THE PRINCIPAL 

2010 

All elementary staff members are still using the philosophies in The First Six Weeks of School. You will notice 
Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Responsible on our letterhead. The First Six Weeks is a follow up to The Responsive 
Classroom, a philosophy in which teachers were trained several years ago. This philosophy holds that the 
social curriculum is as important as the academic curriculum. 

This is the second year that we are using Response to intervention. This is a philosophy based on catching 
students before they get behind. The earlier we can identify the areas in which students are struggling, the 
earlier we can intervene and get them back on track. Our Title i and Special Education teachers are all 
involved in the process. We are using AIMSWeb to identify and track students' progress weekly so that we 
can get them out of interventions and back on track in as little time as possible. Our goal is ensure that all 
students are on grade level in math and literacy at the end of second grade. 

Jean Mann has been coming monthly to work with our students and teachers on the writing process. This 
work is paid for with our ARRA funds. Writing is the way in which students can best show us the depth of their 
thinking. Helping students write better helps them to think better! 

The NECAP {New England Common Assessment Program), testing went well this fall. Based on our scores 
on the October 2009 test we were removed from the School in Need of Improvement (SiNI) list. This is 
especially impressive, as only six schools in the entire state made if OFF the SINI list last year! We anxiously 
await the results this year. We administered the test during the last two weeks of October and once again, we 
made the testing environment student friendly: 

• One test per day. 

• Testing in small groups 

• Motivational activities: 

o Testing Pep Rally 

o Incentives and banners with inspirational messages, such as "Learn It, Know It, Show It" and, 

"Believe Achieve, Succeed." Each student was asked to sign a pledge to "Do My Best on the 

Test." 
o We provided healthy snacks for testing days. 
o After the testing was over, students in grades 3-5 saw How to Train Your Dragon at the Colonial 

Theatre in Bethlehem. 

• Once again students seemed to enjoy the celebratory atmosphere of the testing! I truly believe this 
helps them to give us their best effort. 

The teachers who participated in the INTEL Technology Cohort last year are helping to spur the use of 
technology in our building. In addition, our two full day workshops in August and November were focused on 
SmartBoards and EdLine. With a SmartBoard in every classroom and a netbook lab in the fifth grade 
(purchased with various grants), we are really taking off technologically! 

The Winter Activities program includes skiing as well as cultural opportunities that our students might not 
otherwise get. Thanks to the generosity of the York Foundation, students will participate in various Artists in 
Residence programs that include art, music, dance, storytelling, magic, and science. 

The After School Program continues to be a huge success, with 70 - 80 3 rd through 8 th graders in attendance 
daily. This provides children with a safe place to be after school, a structured environment with assistance for 
homework as well as individual tutoring, and clubs for additional learning opportunities and community service 
experiences. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Rosanna T. Moran 
Principal 

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Groveton High School 
Report of the Principal 

2010 



Groveton High School welcomed four new staff members for the 2010-201 1 school 
year. Groveton High School graduate Michelle Mason replaced Darlene Eagan in middle 
school Special Education. Ms. Mason moved back to Groveton after teaching seven 
years at Franklin High School. Michael Silverman replaced Aaron Bronson as our 
Assistant Principal. Mr. Bronson moved to Nute High School to become their Principal, 
Mr. Silverman moved from Colorado to take his position here. Mr. Pelchat has taken a 
medical leave of absence and was replaced by Andrew Lefebvre, who was previously our 
Title One teacher. Lindsey Spencer replaced Mr. Lefebvre as the Title One teacher. In 
2009 our long time Guidance Secretary, Gloria Covell retired after many years of 
dedicated service to Groveton High School. Beth Flynn of Lancaster, who previously 
worked at the Groveton mill for many years, is the new Guidance Secretary. 

In 2010 Groveton High School graduated 35 seniors, with 80% going on to some form 
of higher education. These graduates are pursuing higher education in pre-medical, 
nursing, law enforcement/criminal justice, the arts, forensics, education, graphic arts, 
business and various technical trades. This year's graduating class has a very high 
percentage of students pursuing pre-medical and nursing degrees. Graduates from 
previous years are still having excellent careers in the armed services. 

In 2009-2010 the boys and girls basketball teams completed a rarity; both teams 
completed a remarkable string of playoff victories by winning state championships. The 
girl's team was virtually unchallenged as they dominated their competition. The boy's 
team had tough games throughout the tournament and had to come from behind to defeat 
Littleton for the championship. Both teams represented our school and community very 
well during the season, displaying a high level of commitment, character and 
sportsmanship. Members of the community should be commended for supporting our 
teams throughout the season. With these two championships, a total of thirty-five 
championships have been won by Groveton High School athletic teams, at least one 
championship in each of the sports we compete in. 

Our school has begun a new focus on computer technology and its integration into the 
curriculum. The Northumberland School District was the recipient of a large grant which 
provided funding for five new interactive white boards and thirty new lap top computers. 
Teachers are enrolled in training programs to help them learn how to use computers in 
their classroom to access information easier and to engage students in learning. 

In 2009-2010 the sixth grade was moved from the Elementary School to the High 
School. A few minor changes have been made to accommodate these youngsters; the 
transition has been smooth with very few problems. 



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GROVETON ELEMENTARY & HIGH SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES 

2009 - 2010 YEAR END REPORT 

Screenings 406-Students screened for height, 406-for weight 

419-Students screened for vision, 419-for hearing 
238-Students screened for B/P, 128-for scoliosis 
859-Students screened for Pediculosis (head lice) 
Referrals 97-Vssion & Hearing combined 

2-B/P, 37-Scoliosis referrals 
Physicals 4 th , 7 th & 9 th Grade athletic physicals info, sent to parents 

Eiem. & HS immunization request, mailed to parents 215+ 
Kindergarten Registrations 18 
Evaluated by the School Nurse 
Elementary 4870-Total Visits 

2332-lllness/lnjuries 
High School 5394-Number of students evaluated 

303-Referrals 

1471 -First Aid, 3535-Other, 4247 total meds. given 
Programs 

Flu shot clinic 35 GES, 36 GHS + Students 69 GES, 68 GHS + 54 H1N1 
Grades 5 & 6 Growth and development, Hygiene Ed. Gr. 3 + 4 
Nutrition Gr.4, Dental Ed. Gr. 3 & 4. 
Blood borne pathogen education for staff. 
CPR instruction/certification - 2 Health classes 
Bee/Wasp - Epipen information provided to parents 
Asthma update, Inhaler information provided to parents 
Updated crisis information. Attended NHHK Insurance meeting. 
Molar Express clinics 67 + Students evaluated from GES, GHS 
Conferences/workshops attended 

Core Team meetings, and Attendance meetings 

School Health Symposium provided by DHMC, H1N1, EENT, Cross 

Cultural Dialogue, Media Influence on Body image, Compassion Fatigue 

Suicide Prevention workshop, NAMI Frameworks meeting 

Postvention Suicide training 

Safe Sitter for the trainer - Instructor Course 

Re-Certified as CPR instructor 

NHSNA Conference - Legal issues, Media influence, Exercise effects etc. 

Immunization Update Conference 

St. Anselm Nursing Education day- Physical Assesments, Diabetes, etc. 



Respectfully Submitted, 

Sandra Ghelli, RN 
Dorothy Meunier, RN 



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GRADE PLACEMENT CHART - January 3 , 2011 



ELEMENTARY 



Grade 

Barbara Wheelock 



K 

19 



Rosanna Moran, Principal 
Wanda Cloutier, Secretary 

4 5 TOTAL 

19 



Claire Seneca! 
Deborah Joyce 


17 


13 








17 
13 


Callie Rylands 




12 








12 


Angelique Brown 
Brenda Tilton 






13 
13 






13 
13 


Mindy Johnson 
Jul) Guay 








16 


15 


16 
15 


Lorna Holcombe 










16 


16 



# Students: 



19 



17 



25 26 16 31 



Patricia Stinson, Guidance Counselor 
Vicky Bailey, Reading Specialist 
Tim Brooks, Title I 
Heather Bushey, Special Ed. 
Kim Hockmeyer, Special Ed. /Title I 
Sandra Ghelli, RN - School Nurse 
Virginia Haines, Reading Recovery/Title I 
Kathryn Treamer, Math/Title I 
Tabitha Paquette, Music 



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Cynthia Rainville, Computer Instructor 
Raina Gadwah, Title I Tutor 
Teri Woodward, Title I Tutor 
Lorie Bailey, Paraprofessional 
Jeffrey Frank, Paraprofessional 
Brenda Lovell, Paraprofessional 
Christine Perras, Speech Assistant 
Debra LaFlamme, Library Aide 
Kerry Peiletier, Custodian 
Rene Burt, Custodian 



HIGH SCHOOL 








Pierre Couture, Principal 
Pamela Styles, Secretary 




Grades 


6 


7 


8 


9 10 11 12 


Total 



# Students 



30 



32 



44 



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Michael Silverman, Vice Principal 

Pamela MacDonald, Special Education Director 

Lisa McCarthy, Special Education Secretary 

Karen Tolin, Guidance Counselor 

Beth Flynn, Guidance Secretary 

Sharon Atkinson, Foreign Language 

Susan Becker, Art 

Benjamin Blodgett, Industrial Arts 

Karen Blodgett, English 

Karen Conroy, Computer Technology 

Michelle Fox-Bushaw, Math 

Michael Foster, M.S. Social Studies 

Lisa Guay, Math 

Evan Hammond, Special Ed 

Timothy Haskins, English 

Brock Ingalls, P.E 

Andrew Lefebvre, Social Studies 

Michelle Mason, Special Ed 

Dorothy Meunier, RN - School Nurse 

Tamera Murray, M.S. Math 



24 



37 



29 



240 



Bruce Rumball, Science 

Robin Scott, Librarian/Media Generalist 

Crystal Shallow, Social Studies 

Lindsay Spencer, Title I 

Joy Tibbetts, Family/Cons. Science 

Andrew Tobin, Music 

Steve Torrey, Science 

Kathie Westby-Gibson, M.S. Science 

Kimberly Wheelock, M.S. English 

Denise Wood, Business Ed 

Kim Bronson, Paraprofessional 

Judy Crawford, Paraprofessional 

Lisa Marshall, Paraprofessional 

Christine Young, Paraprofessional 

Theresa Beland, Food Service Director 

Lisa Grimes, Custodian 

Thomas Young, Custodian 

Rene Burt, Custodian 



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RIGHTS OF PARENTS OR GUARDIANS 



As the parent or guardian of a child who may require or who is receiving special 
education and/or related services, you have the following rights: 

♦ You have the right to have access to and examine all records relating to your 
child's education. 

♦ You have a right to receive prior written notice whenever the local education 
agency proposes to begin or change the special education referral, evaluation 
and/or education placement of your child. You also have a right to give your 
written consent before initial special education placement and before any 
individual evaluation of your child. 

♦ You have a right to question any matter, decision, or recommendation relating 
to your child's referral, evaluation or educational placement. 

♦ You have the right to request an independent educational evaluation obtained 
by the local education agency. If your request is accepted, the evaluation will 
be conducted by a certified or licensed professional examiner who is 
independent of the local education agency and will be performed at no cost to 
you. Should your request be denied, you have a right to appeal this decision 
as described below. 

♦ If you have any complaints regarding the referral, evaluation or educational 
placement of your child, you have a right to meet with the School Board. If any 
agreement is unable to be reached, you have the right to an impartial hearing 
conducted by a state-appointed due process hearing officer. 

♦ At this hearing, you have the right to be assisted by person(s) with special 
knowledge or training, or by an attorney, and the right to present evidence and 
confront, cross-examine and compel the attendance of witnesses. 

♦ After this hearing you have the right to a written or electronic verbatim 
recording of such hearing. You have the right to obtain written findings of fact 
and the decisions of the hearing at no cost. 

♦ If the decision of the impartial hearings at the local level is not acceptable to 
you, you have the right to appeal this decision to the State Board of Education 
or Civil Court. 

♦ During any of the hearing or appeal procedures, your child shall remain in the 
current education program, or if applying for initial admission to the public 
school, shall be placed in a regular program until all proceedings have been 
completed, unless you and the school officials agree otherwise. 



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TITLE IX OF THE EDUCATION AMENDMENTS OF 1972 

PUBLIC LAW 92-318 

Subpart A, Section 86.8 of Title IX requires public notification that the 
Northumberland School District does not discriminate in their educational 
programs, activities or employment practices on the basis of race, language, sex, 
age or handicapping condition under the provisions of Title IV of the Civil Rights 
Act of 1964; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the 
Rehabilitation Act of 1973; and the Education of All Handicapped Children Act of 
1975. The Northumberland School District hereby notifies students, parents, 
employees, and residents that complaints and grievances for noncompliance with 
any of the provisions of Title IX are to be referred to: 

James "Dan" Shallow 
Title IX Hearing Officer 
SAU #58 
15 Preble Street 
Groveton, NH 03582 
Tel. 1-603-636-1437 



NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY 

SECTION 504 OF THE REHABILITATION 

ACT OF 1973 

Applicants for admission and employment, students, parents, employees, 
sources of referral, and ail unions or professional organizations holding collective 
bargaining or professional agreements with the Northumberland School District 
are hereby notified that the District does not discriminate on the basis of race, 
color, national origin, gender, age, or disability in admission or access to, or 
treatment or employment in, their programs and activities. 

Any person having inquiries regarding the compliance of the 
Northumberland School District with the regulations of implementing Section 504 
of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act is 
directed to contact: 

Pamela MacDonald 
Section 504 Coordinator 
Groveton High School 
65 State Street 
Groveton, NH 03582 
Tel. 1-603-636-2492 



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State of New Hampshire 
Town of Northumberland 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Northumberland, Coos County and State of New Hampshire, 
qualified to vote in Town affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Northumberland Town Office, Selectmen's Meeting 
Room, 10 Station Square on the second Tuesday in March next, March 8, 2011, to act upon the 
subjects hereinafter mentioned. You are hereby warned that on said date and at said place the 
polls will be opened at 9:00 in the forenoon and will remain open until 5200 in the evening for 
the reception of your ballots under the Non-Partisan Ballot System. You are also hereby 
warned that on said date and at the Groveton High School Ryan's Auditorium in said Town, at 
7:00 in the evening, the matter of appropriations and such other business properly coming 
before said meeting will be taken up for your consideration and action. 

* Article 1: To choose by ballot the following Town Officers for the ensuing three years: 

one Selectman, Town Clerk/ Tax Collector, Town Treasurer, two Budget Committee, one Library 
Trustee, one Trustee of Trust Funds and one Cemetery Trustee. 

*Article 2: To choose by ballot the following Town Officers for the ensuing two years: one 

Trustee of Trust Funds and two Budget Committee. 

Article 3: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 184,900 

dollars to purchase the current Town Office Building located at 10 Station Square in 
Northumberland and to authorize the issuance of not more than $122,500 dollars of bonds or 
notes in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Finance Act (RSA 33), and to authorize 
the Board of Selectmen to issue and negotiate the terms of such bonds or notes and to determine 
the rate of interest thereon. The remaining $62,400 dollars will come in the form of a $50,000 
grant from Rural Development, $10,000 dollars from the Municipal Office Fund and $2,400 
from monthly rent payments. If the grant is not received, the money will not be raised and 
appropriated. (2/3 Ballot vote required) (Recommended by the Selectmen 2-1) 
(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 6-1) 

Article 4: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 444,744 

dollars for the purpose of operating and maintaining the water department. Said funds to be 
offset by the water user fees. Any shortfalls in the water user fees will be made up from the 
accumulated surplus in the "regular water account". (Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee 7-0) 

Article 5: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 308,670 

dollars for the purpose of operating and maintaining the sewer department. Said funds to be 
offset by the sewer user fees. Any shortfalls in the sewer user fees will be made up from the 
accumulated surplus in the "regular sewer account". (Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee 7-0) 

Article 6: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 1,823,819 

dollars which represents the operating budget of the Town, said sum exclusive of special or 
individual articles addressed. (Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee 6-1) 

Article 7: Vote yes to disband the Budget Committee and allow the elected school board 



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members and the elected selectmen to oversee their respective budgets. (Inserted by petition of 
voters) (Ballot vote required RSA 32 114, III) 

Article 8: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 37,832 dollars, 

to fund the following charitable organizations at the amounts shown: 

Senior Meals $13,000 

Home Health & Hospice $12,759 

Caleb Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers $ 1,650 

Northern Human Services $ 3,100 

Tri-County Community Action $ 4,145 

American Red Cross $ 1,108 

North Country Elder Programs $ 1,970 

Lancaster Comm Cupboard & Kitchen Table $ 100 

(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 6-1) 

Article 9: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $2,500 dollars 
for the Groveton Cal Ripken Baseball program, to be used to cover accident and liability 
insurance, tournaments and registration fees. (Inserted by petition of voters) (Recommended 
by the Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 4-3) 

Article 10: To request that the Town vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 1,500 
dollars for the purpose of supporting the Groveton High School Chem-Free Graduation Fund, 
these funds to be used to promote and support alcohol-free and drug-free youth, by sponsoring 
a chemical-free graduation celebration. (Inserted by petition of voters)(Recommended by the 
Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 4-3) 

Article 11: To see if the Town of Northumberland will vote to raise and appropriate the 

sum of $2,500 (Twenty-five hundred dollars) to support North Country Transit's Senior 
Transportation. (Inserted by petition of voters) (Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee 7-0) 

Article 12: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $2,500 dollars 

for the Groveton Community 7 Christmas Organization. (Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) 
( Recommended by the Budget Committee 4-2-1) 

Article 13: To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund for the purpose 

of conservation and conservation projects, to raise and appropriate $191,606.55 dollars, with 
said funds to come from the town's forest maintenance/forestry funds. And furthermore, to 
name the Conservation Commission as agents to expend. (Recommended by the Selectmen 
3-0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 4-3) 

Article 14: To see if the Town will vote to appropriate up to the sum of $10,000 dollars 
from the Forest Maintenance Fund for the purpose of paying for the conservation/forestry 
portion of the Town operating budget. If Article 13 passes, this article will be passed over. 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 6-0-1) 

Article 15: To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of RSA 41: 11-a, which 

would allow the Board of Selectmen to manage town property, including the renting/leasing of 
said town property for a period of up to 5 years. 

Article 16: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 95,000 



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dollars for sidewalk repair/replacement along Main Street, Church Street and State Street. 
These funds will come from a grant already applied for, and no funds will come from taxes. If 
the grant is not received, the money will not be raised and appropriated. (Recommended by 
the Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 7-0) 

Article 17: To see if the Town will vote to enter into a lease/purchase contract for the 

purchase and outfitting of a new ambulance. The contract is for 10 years. The approximate 
cost of the ambulance is $192,852. The contract contains an "escape clause". The cost of the 
contract is as follows: 

2012 $23,742 

2013 $23,742 

2014 $23,742 

2015 $23,742 

2016 $23,742 

2017 $23,742 

2018 $23,742 

2019 $23,742 

2020 $23,742 

2021 $23,742 

(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) (Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 4-1-2) 

Article 18: To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of $25,583 dollars to be 

placed into the Ambulance Capital Reserve Fund, previously established. This sum to come 
from fund balance (surplus) revenues collected by the Groveton Emergency Medical Services 
during the 2010 fiscal year. (Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee 7-0) 

Article 19: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $20,000 

dollars to be placed in the Road Construction Maintainence Capital Reserve Fund, previously 
established. (Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) (Not Recommended by the Budget 
Committee 3-3-1) 

Article 20: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $25,000 

dollars to be placed in the Highway Equipment Capital Reserve Fund, previously established. 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 5-0-2) 

Article 21: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $15,000 

dollars to be placed in the Police Cruiser Expendable Trust Fund, previously established. 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 6-0-1) 

Article 22 1 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $6,800 dollars 
for the purchase of 4 digital radios to be placed into town vehicles. These funds will come from 
a 50/50 EMPG grant already applied for, in the amount of $3,400 dollars, $700 dollars from 
soft match and $2,700 dollars from taxes. If the grant is not received, the money will not be 
raised and appropriated. (Recommended by the Selectmen 2-0-1) (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee 7-0) 

Article 23: To see if the Town will vote to establish an Expendable Trust Fund (ETF) 

under the provisions of RSA 3i:i9-a for the purpose of sludge removal from the town lagoons. 
Additionally, to raise and appropriate the sum of $10,000 dollars to be placed into the 
aforementioned ETF. Furthermore to name the Board of Selectmen as agents to expend. 



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(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 6-0-1) 

Article 24: To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund under the 

provisions of RSA 35:1 for the purpose of the purchase of pumps for the town water system. 
Additionally, to raise and appropriate the sum of $5,000 dollars to be placed into the 
aforementioned CRF. Furthermore to name the Board of Selectmen as agents to expend. 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by the Budget Committee 5-2) 

Article 25: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $10,000 

dollars to be placed into the Municipal Office Capital Reserve Fund, previously established. 
This article will be passed over if Article 3 passes. (Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) (Not 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 4-2-1) 

Article 26: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $2,917.50 to 

purchase 3 million dollars of liability insurance for the purpose of reinstalling the diving boards 
at the town pool. (Inserted by petition of voters) (Recommended by the Selectmen 2-1) (Not 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 5-1-1) 

Article 27: To see if the Town will vote to register and disseminate to all concerned its 

objection, opposition and commitment to stop the construction of any portion of the 1200 
Megawatt High Voltage Direct Current Transmission Line in the Town of Northumberland as 
presently proposed by Northeast Utilities, NStar and Hydro-Quebec since such a huge scar 
constructed and erected through and above the Town's treasured residential and scenic private 
properties will cause inestimable damage to the orderly economic development of the Town 
economy, and the health and well-being of its residents; or to take any other action relative 
thereto . (Inserted by petition of voters) 

Article 28: To see if the Town will vote to adopt the provisions of RSA 72:37, the 

exemption for the blind, in the amount of $15,000 dollars. 

Article 29: To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Selectmen to appoint all other 

officers as required by law. 

Article 30: To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees or other officers heretofore 

chosen and pass any vote relating thereto. 

Article 31: To transact any other business that may be legally brought before said 

meeting. 

*Articles 1-2 will be printed on official ballot. 



Mario Audit, Chairman Robert Gauthier, 

Selectman 



James W. Tierney, Jr., Selectman 



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2011 DATES TO REMEMBER 



January 19 

January 28 

February l 
March 1 



March 8 

March 15 
March 19 
March 31 



April 1 
April 15 



April 30 
May 12 
May 15 
May 31 

Aug 11 



Filing period begins for candidates to declare a position for Town & School 
District election 

Last day for candidates to file for Town & School District election. Town Clerk 
stays open 3-5 p.m. for election business only 

Last day to submit Petitioned Warrant Articles for annual Town Meeting 

Deadline to file for an Abatement of your property taxes following the date of 
notice of tax (final tax bill for 2010) 

Annual Precinct Meeting- to vote on Budget & Warrant Articles- 7 p.m. 

Town and School Elections, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

Annual Town Meeting - to vote on Budget & Warrant Articles- 7 p.m. 

Annual School Meeting - to vote on Budget & Warrant Articles- 7 p.m. 

Dog Rabies Clinic - 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.- Groveton Fire Dept. Building 

2010 Dump Stickers Expiration Date. New ones may be obtained at either the 
Transfer Station or Town Office 

2010 Building Permits Expiration Date - if obtained in 2010 tax year, it can be 
renewed to March 31, 2011 for free 

New tax year begins (2011-12); assessors can start picking up all building permits, 
unfinished construction, and all land changes for prior year 

Inventory of Property Form Deadline (PA-28's). Penalty of $10 per parcel 
for failure to file 

Last day to file a new Exemption Application or Veteran's Credit 
application on your property taxes 

Deadline to renew Dog Licenses 

Tax Lien Execution on any unpaid 2010 balances due- 11:00 a.m. sharp 

Reports of Wood Cut due (for Intents without a report extension) 

After this date, a $25 civil forfeiture charge may be imposed for any unlicensed 
dogs 

Tax Deed Date - Town takes property for unpaid 2008 balances - 11 a.m. sharp 





MUNICIPAL HOLIDAYS 


New Year's Day 


January 1, 2011 (Observed 12/31/10) 


Memorial Day 


May 30, 2011 


Independence Day 


July 4, 2011 


Labor Day 


September 5, 2011 


Veteran's Day 


November n, 2011 


Thanksgiving Day 


November 24 & 25, 2011 


Christmas Eve V2 Day 


December 23, 2011 


Christmas Day 


December 26, 2011 



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Elected Officials 

Selectmen 
(3 Year Term) 

Town Clerk/Tax Collector (3 year term) 
Town Treasurer (3 year term) 

Precinct Commissioner 
(3 Year Term) 



Supervisors of the Checklist 
(6 Year Term) 



Library Trustee 
(3 Year Term) 

Moderator (2 Year Term) 

Trustee of Trust Funds 
(3 Year Term) 



Budget Committee 
(3 Year Term) 



Cemetery Trustee 
(3 Year Term) 



Appointed Officials 

Administrative/ Financial Assistant 
Deputy TC/TX & Assessing Assistant 
Welfare Administrator 
Deputy Treasurer 

Building Inspector 

Budget Committee Representatives 



Library Director 
Assistant Librarian 



Mario Audit (2012) 

Robert W. Gauthier, Jr. (2013) 

James Tierney, Jr. (2011) 

Melinda Marshall Kennett (2011) 

Melody Barney (2011) 

Richard Brooks (2013) 
Michael Cloutier (2012) 
Richard Paradis (2011) 

Terri Charron (2016) 
Shelly DeBlois Fleury (2014) 
Joanne Paradis (2012) 

Linda Caron (2013) 
Mary Foster (2011) 
Sally Frizzell (2012) 

Barry Colebank (2012) 

Kiraberly DeBlois- Appointed (2011) 
Joel Kennett (2012) 
Deborah Weeks (2011) 

Debra Lakin - Appointed (2011) 
Alan Rossetto (2013) 
Uldric Bernard-Appointed (2011) 
Carl Coulombe-Appointed (2011) 
Tracey Morrill (2011) 
Michael Phillips (2013) 

Reginald Charron (2012) 
Terri Charron (2011) 
Thomas Covell (2013) 



Rebecca Craggy 
Elaine Gray 
Judith Szurley 
Tina Hunt 

Terrence Bedell 
Richard Brooks - Precinct Budget 
David Peel - School Budget 
James Tierney, Jr. - Town Budget 

Gail Rosetto 
Rae Davenport 



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Appointed Officials (Continued) 



Chief of Police 

Police Sargeant 

Fire Chief 

Emergency Management Director 

Ambulance Director 

Ambulance Billing Clerk 

Health Officer 

Deputy Health Officer 

PD/Ambulance Depts. Selectman Rep. 

Water/Sewer Dept. Superintendent 

Water/Sewer Dept. Selectman Rep. 

Road Agent 

Highway/Solid Waste Mgmt Depts.Selectman Rep. 

Recreation Commission 
(3 Year Term) 



Planning Board 
(3 Year Term) 



Zoning Board of Adjustment 
(3 Year Term) 



Conservation Commission 
(3 Year Term) 



Northumberland Housing Authority 



Marcel Piatt 
Jonathan Woodworth 
Terrence Bedell 
Robert W. Gauthier, Jr. 
Sandra Mason 
James Gibson, Jr. 
Richard Brooks 
Michael Cloutier * • 
Mario Audit 
Travis Wentworth • 
Robert W. Gauthier, Jr. 
Richard Paradis 
James Tierney, Jr. 

Lorna Aldrich (2011) 

Samantha Canton (2012) 

Wanda Cloutier (2011) 

Kerry Pellerier (2012) 

Christopher Aldrich (2013) 

Robert Gauthier, Jr- Selectman Rep. 

Addison Hall (2011) 
Alan Rosetto (2013) 
Timothy Sutherland (2013) 
James Weagle (2012) 
Alternate- Elaine Gray (2012) 
Robert Gauthier, Jr-Selectman Rep 

David Auger (2012) 
Keith Young (2013) 
Gerald Crompton (2013) 
Leslie Joy (2011) 
John Normand (2011) 
Mario Audit, Selectman Rep. 

Lawrence Benoit (2011) 

Winston Hawes (2013) 

Ed Mellett (2011) 

Brian Newton (2012) 

John Normand (2013) 

Richard Paradis (2013) 

Brian Sullivan (2011) 

James Tierney, Jr-Selectman Rep 

Lorna Aldrich 
Winston Hawes 
Rebecca Craggy 
Gloria Leighton 



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NORTHUMBERLAND BUDGET COMMITTEE REPORT 



The Budget Committee's Mission Statement is as follows: 

"Our mission is to provide the voters of Northumberland with an accountable budget to 
assist in prudent appropriations of public funds which will allow the Town, School, and 
Precinct to provide fiscally sound services" 

During the year, abatements on commercial properties have reduced the Grand List. This 
has forced a greater percentage of the total town tax liability onto the residential taxpayer. 
In addition, there is a steady stream of unfunded mandates from both the State and 
Federal governments that have to be taken into account. All of these factors made the job 
of holding the line on spending very difficult. 

The Budget Committee set the ambitious goal of level funding for the Town, School and 
Precinct. With the help of the Department Heads and the employees willing to tighten 
their fiscal belts, they helped the Budget Committee come very close to that goal. All of 
these people understand the financial situation our community is facing. They were able 
to help the Committee reduce the areas where savings could be achieved and worked with 
the committee on areas that required additional funding and we still came in with a 
budget that was not a substantial increase from last year. The Budget Committee and the 
Department Heads agreed that any further cuts would have adversely affected their ability 
to provide the services that we have come to expect. These recommended budgets will 
provide for the continuation of all current services. Without the guidance provided by 
these people, the Budget Committee could not have unilaterally achieved these results 
and we would like to thank the Precinct, School and Town Department heads who 
worked with the Budget Committee to trim their budgets. 

The Budget Committee would like to encourage the citizens of Northumberland to 
participate in their town's government during the year. Come to a Select Board Meeting, 
a Budget Committee meeting, or any public meeting in which you are interested. These 
meetings can help you to understand the challenges that are facing your community. We 
also encourage you to attend this year's Precinct, School and Town Meetings and let your 
voice be heard and your vote be counted. These meeting dates and times are posted at 
both the Town Hall and at the Public Library. 

Members at Large Appointed Representatives 

Al Rossetto, Chairman Jack Bernard Jim Tierney, Town 

Tracey Morrill Deborah Lakin Dave Peel, School 

Michael Phillips Carl Coulombe Ron Caron, School Alternate 

Rich Brooks, Precinct 



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Board of Selectmen 
2010 Report 



Dear Citizens of Northumberland: 



Another year has gone by and all hopes to bring in new business are still moving ahead, with 
patience and time, we are making strides in that area. 

Now that Prima America has successfully purchased the former Wausau Carriers Terminal, we 
can set our sights on new economic growth and job opportunities to go along with that new 
business. The Board remains focused on and is working to bring more jobs and businesses to 
town in the very near future, in turn lowering the tax burden to all of our citizens. Be assured 
there are several other businesses looking at Northumberland as a place to locate. 

As the newest member of the Board, Rob Gauthier, appreciates all the help he has been given 
this past year, it has helped him better understand the issues and the job at hand. Rob would like 
to thank all Town employees for taking his calls and answering emails anytime he had a 
question. Rob also wants to thank Jim Tierney for his help and dedication to the Town. Rob is 
looking forward to working with Mario Audit again and whomever the new Selectperson may be. 
Rob said he hears too often, "it'll never change", but he would like to say to that; it will only 
change if you make it happen and we truly work together. 

The Board would like to thank all of you, our residents, of Northumberland for electing us to 
serve you in the best way possible. 

Lets hope 2011 will bring bigger and better times ahead. 



Respectfully, 
Board of Selectmen 
Town of Northumberland 




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Supervisors of the Checklist 

2010 

The Supervisors have been preparing for the 20 1 1 Purge 
that is required by the State of New Hampshire RSA 
654:39 every 10 years. The ElectNet 201 1 Purge will start 
on April 1 st and should take a few months to complete. 

We have been sending out some 30-day letters to 
registered voters asking for verification of residency. When 
we start purging, registered voter who have not voted in a 
Presidential, general, state or town election within the last 
four years will be sent a 30day letter. You may respond 
back with the letter, phone call or in person that you still are 
a resident of Northumberland. Failure to respond will have 
your name stricken from the checklist. 

If you are taken off, you will be required to re-register 
again at the town office, at a supervisor session or at an 
election before being allowed to vote again pursuant the 
above RSA. 



Supervisors of the Checklist 

Joanne "Jodi" Paradis 

Terri A. Charron 

Shelly Fleury 



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SAMPLE BALLOT 

ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION 

NORTHUMBERLAND, NH 

MARCH 8, 201 1 



A. TO VOTE, put an " X " in the BOX to the RIGHT of your choice(s) like this: [x] 

B. Follow directions as to the number of candidates to be marked for each office. 

C. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot, write the 
candidates name on the line provided and put a " X " inrth^Sox. 



FOR SELECTMEN 

(Three- Year Term)(Vote^f5r>vpt 

Michael Phillips 



Write-in 




(Thr 
Melinda"Mh ' Mc 



RKATAX COLLECTOR 

erm) (Vote for not more than one) 



a 



Write-in 



FOR BUDGET COMMITTEE 

(Three- Year Term) (Vote for not more than two) 



Tracey Morrill 



Write-in 



Write-in 



FOR TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS 

(Three- Year Term) (Vote for not more than one) 

Deborah Weeks 



Write-in 



FOR LIBRARY 

(Three- Year Term) (Vote fc 

Madeline Hart 



Write-in 



FOR TREASURER 

(Three-Year Term) (Vote for not more than one) 



Melody Barney 
Write-in 



FOR BUDGET COMMITTEE 

(Two- Year Term) (Vote for not more than two) 



Debra Lakin 



Uldric N. Bernard 



Write-in 



FOR TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS 

(Two-Year Term) (Voie-for not more than one) 



KimberiyDeSfois 

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tEMETERY TRUSTEE 

iree-Year Term) (Vote for not more than one) 

Terri A. Charron 



Write-in 



54 



Town Clerk and Tax Collector Annual Report 

As Town Clerk/Tax Collector for the Town of Northumberland it is an honor and pleasure to be a resident and 
serve the people of Northumberland. I am very proud of where I reside. I would like to take a moment to thank 
each and every member of the town staff for their support and hard work. They are dedicated to the citizens of 
Northumberland and are eager to assist you (and me) everyday. I am very proud of the personal service that 
they provide to you each and every day. My office is a dual function office of both Town Clerk and Tax Collector, 
serving the needs of all residents and taxpayers of the Town of Northumberland in accordance with the laws of the 
State of New Hampshire. As Town Clerk, I am responsible for the registration, recording and management of all 
vital events and records occurring in the Town of Northumberland. As Tax Collector, I am responsible for the 
collection of semi-annual real estate bills and water and sewer bills. 

Motor Vehicle Registrations : Resident's of Northumberland have three options when it comes time to renew 
registrations. You may come to the office and pay with either cash or checks, internet users may go to: 
www.egov.nh.gov/Compass and renew online using your credit card (your decals are mailed to you from 
Concord), or renew by mail using checks and the renewal letter sent to you. It is important that you have your 
current registration or the renewal letter with you when renewing, as we no longer receive the preprinted 
registrations from DMV. Last year was the implementation of a state surcharge to most registrations beginning 
on August ist. The legislative change allows for the DMV to add a surcharge to most registrations for two years. 
This change is intended to offset the lack of revenue due to a descending economy and anticipated revenues not 
meeting expectations. You will notice that the state fees almost doubled in the amount to be paid. My office also 
registers boats and OHRVs. In February I will be issuing hunting and fishing licenses. Inspection stickers for a 
vehicle renewal need to be in place by the 10 th day of the following month of your renewal due date. If you sell or 
trade in a vehicle always keep your registration if you plan to transfer your plates to a different vehicle. The fee to 
replace a lost registration is $18.00. Internet users can go to the Department of Motor Vehicle site: 
www.egov.nh.gov/platecheck/pass.asp to check for initial plate availability. Driver licensing in Twin Mountain 
can be completed Monday through Thursday. Berlin is available for licensing Monday through Friday. 

Elections: This year there will be one election. March is the Town election and Precinct, Town, and School 
meetings. Resident's may come to my office to register to vote or to the Supervisors of the Checklist sessions. 
Resident's may also register to vote on Election Day. You are eligible to vote if you are 18 years of age or older on 
Election Day, are a US citizen and are domiciled in New Hampshire. A person can have several residences, but 
may have only one voting domicile. You have to provide your driver license or social security card at the time of 
registration. Any change of address, name, or party affiliation should be done directly with the Supervisors of the 
Checklist. I would like to express gratitude to all the Election Officials for all your support during the election 
process. 

Vital Records: The fee for a Marriage License is $50.00. There is a fee of $15.00 for the first copy of a death, 
birth, or marriage certificate and $ 10.00 each for extra copies. Same-sex marriage has become legal in New 
Hampshire as of January 1, 2010. When same-sex marriages became legal, civil unions no longer could be 
performed and will become marriages by January 1, 2011, unless otherwise dissolved, annulled or previously 
converted to marriage. You may go to: http://www.dhs.gov for updates on the Homeland Security guidelines 
regarding travel documentation. 

Dogs: There were 568 dogs licensed in 2010. DOG TAGS EXPIRE APRIL go EACH YEAR . Resident's can 
renew dog licenses starting in January. I will be hosting a rabies clinic on March 19, 2011 at the Groveton Fire 
Station from 1:30-3:30 PM. Whitefield Animal Hospital associates will be there to administer shots to your pets. 
My Deputy and I will be there to issue dog licenses. If pet owners show their rabies certificate from the previous 
year the Veterinarian can administer a 3-year rabies shot instead of a l-year. If you no longer have your dog 
please let me know and I will update the records. IMPOR TANT: Review your previous license to make sure that 
your dog's rabies vaccination is up-to-date. If you cannot find your vaccination certificate or license from 2010 
call my office and I can research the records. You may renew your dog's license through the mail as long as the 
rabies vaccine is up to date. To register by mail please include: the old license, a check made to Town of 
Northumberland, and a self-addressed-stamped envelope for return of your new license and dog tag. License 
fees: 

Puppies (3-7 months) or spayed/neutered adult dogs $6.50 

Male / Female (not spayed/neutered) $9.00 

Senior owner (over 65) $2.00 (for one dog) 



55 



Town Clerk and Tax Collector Annual Report 

Tax Collector News; Semi Annual Tax bills are due in July and December. Water meters are read quarterly. 
Interest is charged to all balances not received by the due date. 



Tax Collector Lien/Deed Calendar for 2011 *Dates and fee* mhjort tn rhnr, qo 


February 


Delinquent notice of al! taxes, utilities owed 


no charge 


March 


Notice of impending lien certified to property owners 


$18.00 




2nd or subsequent parcel 


$2.00 


May 12 


Execution of Tax Lien 


$18.50 




2nd or subsequent parcel 


$8.00 


June 


Identifying mortgagee holders (for liens) 


$13.00 


May or June 


Notice of impending tax deed certified to property owners 


$16.00 


July 


Notice of executed tax lien to mortgagee holders 


$16.00 


July 


Identifying mortgagee holders (for deeds) 


$18.00 


July 


Notice of tax deed to mortgagee holders 


$16.00 


Aug. 11 


Execution of Tax Deed 


$10.00 plus recording fees 



Town Clerk / Tax Collector Office Hours; 

Monday- Wednesday & Friday 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM 

Closed at noon every Thursday 

Closed at 2 PM on the last business day of the month for month end reports 

Open until 6 PM on the last Wednesdays of the month in 2011 

"Excluding January & November* 

Phone: (603)636-1451 

Fax: 603 636-6098 

Email: northumberlandtownclerk(5)yahoo.com 



Town Clerk/Tax Collector Office Calendar for 2011 *date & times subiect to chanqe 


January 17 


Martin Luther King Jr Day-Federal Holiday- OFFICE CLOSED 


Jan. 19-28 


Filing Period for Town Officers 


Feb. 21 


President's Day-Federal Holiday- OFFICE CLOSED 


March 8-9 


Town Meeting and day after-OFFICE CLOSED 


March 19 


Rabies Clinic at the Groveton Fire Station i:30-3:30pm 


May 12 


Tax Lien Execution -OFFICE CLOSED at NOON 


May 30 


Memorial Day-OFFICE CLOSED 


July 4 


Independence Day-OFFICE CLOSED 


August 11 


Tax Deed execution— OFFICE CLOSED at NOON 


September 7 


Labor Day- OFFICE CLOSED 


October 10 


Columbus Day-Federal Holiday-OFFICE CLOSED 


Oct. 17-21 


Annual Town Clerk/Tax Collector conference- (OFFICE OPEN) 


November 11 


Veteran's Day- OFFICE CLOSED 


November 23 


Closing at noon for Thanksgiving Holiday 


Nov. 24-25 


Thanksgiving Holidays- OFFICE CLOSED 


December 23 


Closing at noon for Christmas Holidays 


December 26 


Christmas Holiday-OFFICE CLOSED 


December 30 


Closing at noon for year end reports 


January 2, 2012 


New Year's Eve-OFFICE CLOSED 



I enjoy seeing you instead of just processing your paperwork. I understand that you may need some flexibility for 
the times that you are unable to come into the office and I am committed to offering you these alternatives. 

Respectfully Submitted, 




Melinda "Min" Marshall Kennett 
Town Clerk/Tax Collector 



56 



Tax Collector's Report 

Year Ending December 31, 2010 




MS-61 


Debits: Uncollected Taxes 
Beginning of Year 


Levy for Year 
of this Report 


Prior Levies 
2009 


Property Taxes 




433,398.79 


Land Use Change 


0.00 


Yield Taxes 


928.99 


Utilities Water/Sewer 


71,209.43 


Property CR BAL 


3,124.64 


OTHER CHARGES 


320.00 


Taxes Committed This Year 




Property Taxes 


3,419,318.93 


0.00 


Land Use Change 


16,415.00 


0.00 


Yield Taxes 


719.39 


4,685.90 


Utilities Water/Sewer 


423,065.42 


123,917.50 


OTHER CHARGES 


22,751.10 


10,156.08 


Overpayment 


Property Taxes Overpayment 


32,012.23 


93,727.97 


Land Use Change 


50.09 


0.00 


Yield Taxes 


0.00 


0.00 


Utilities Water/Sewer 


0.00 


0.00 


Costs Before Lien 


0.00 


2,723.50 


Interest Collect on Delinquent Tax 


2,395.43 


28,464.34 


Penalties/Other Taxes 


0.00 


0.00 


Total Debits 


$3,916,727.59 


$772,657.14 


Credits: Remitted 
to Treasurer 


Levy for Year 
of this Report 


Prior Levies 
2009 


Property Taxes 


2,952,726.58 


176,413.82 


Land Use Change 


14,340.09 


0.00 


Yield Taxes 


662.54 


4,638.81 


interest - Property 


2,390.76 


28,464.34 


Conversion to Lien 


0.00 


306,596.91 


Penalties/Other Taxes 


0.00 


70.00 


Utilities Water/Sewer 


338,420.55 


150,399.52 


OTHER CHARGES 
Abatements Made: 


20,309.79 


10,690.72 


Property Taxes 


26,583.00 


94,354.02 


Yield Taxes 


0.00 


0.00 


Utilities Water/Sewer 


21,670.72 


1,029.00 


Interest 


0.00 


0.00 


Land Use Change 


0.00 


0.00 


Current Levy Deeded 
Uncollected Taxes-End of Year 


341.34 


0.00 


Property Taxes 


471,744.91 


0.00 


Land Use Change 


2,125.00 


0.00 


Yield Taxes 


56.85 


0.00 


Utilities Water/Sewer 


62,914.15 


0.00 


OTHER CHARGES 


2,441.31 


0.00 


Total Credits 


$3,916,727.59 


$772,657.14 



57 



(MS-61 Continued) 



Debits 


Last Year's 
Levy 


Prior Levies 
2008 


Prior Levies 
2007 


Unredeemed Liens Balance at 
Beginning of Fiscal Year 


0.00 


188,580.31 


52,459.07 


Liens Executed During Fiscal Year 


325,773.12 


0.00 


0.00 


Interest Collected {After Lien 
Execution) 


9,626.08 


25,740.31 


16,363.15 


Total Debits 


$335,399.20 


$214,320.62 


$68,822.22 




Remitted To Treasurer 


Levy for Year 
of This Report 


Prior 
Levies 


Prior 
Levies 


Redemptions 


120,416.67 


104,863 02 


38,912.21 


Interest Collected (After Lien 
Execution) 


7,731.19 


26,103.38 


16,963.53 


Abatements of Unredeemed Taxes 


0.00 


223.20 


0.00 


Liens Deeded to Municipality 


962.13 


1,408.79 


1,919.68 


Unredeemed Liens Balance 

End of Year 


206,289.21 


81,722.23 


11,026 80 



Total Credits 



$336,399.20 $214,320,62 $68,822.22 



Town Clerk's Financial Report 

For the Year Ending December 31, 2010 





Received 


Remitted 


Auto Permits 


$296,453.11 


$296,453.11 


Title Applications 


$964.00 


$964 00 


Municipal Agent Fees 


$9,442 00 


$9,442.00 


Dog License/Penalties 


$3,796.50 


$3,796.50 


Vital Records (State Portion Included) 


$4,099.00 


$4,099.00 


Other Fees 


$1,888.82 


$1.888 82 


UCC Filings/Search/Term 


$540.00 


$540.00 



Totals 



$317,183.43 $317,183.43 



Respectfully Submitted 






--.ji;- 



Iv^^W \J* 



Melinda Marshall Kennett 
Town Clerk/Tax Collector 




Stale ^wr 
Full Name 

Current 
Residence A*Wres 

. >t-,< nanrn: 



58 



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT: 
VITAL STATISTICS - REGISTERED FOR THE YEAR-END DECEMBER 31, 



2009 



Marriages Registered 

Date Gro om & Bride 

Ol/xo/io Corey L. Mason & Jamie A. Hart 

01/16/10 Dustin S. Supemoise & Kayleigh M. Riff 

02/17/10 Jason D. Kenison & Nicole R. Gaudette 
05/01/10 Chad J. Hurley & Samantha R. Goulet 

05/15/10 Willima M. Hill & Denise L. Hill 

05/19/10 Kyle M. Johnston & Kristen R. Watson 

05/19/10 Andrew K. Watson & Kayla M. Higgins 
06/05/10 Roger L. Fontaine & Tiesha J. Hartlen 

07/31/10 Jeremy P. Cross k Lauralyn J. McLain 
08/07/10 Logan D. Ramsay & Jody M. Labreeque 
08/21/10 Gregory P. Auger & Ann M. Remillard 

11/09/10 Robert F. Wilson & Aiee Henry 
Deaths Registered 
Date Name 

01/21/10 Everett Bailey 

01/28/10 Irene Perlzak 
02/03/10 Ruth Currier 
02/03/10 Gloria Gibson 
02/20/10 Bonnie Gadvvah 
03/05/10 John Victoria, Sr. 
03/09/10 W r illiam Osgoode 

03/15/10 Albert Gagnon 
03/20/10 Edith McLain 
04/08/10 William Cunningham 
04/09/10 Edward Bezanson 

04/13/10 Darlene White 
06/29/10 Ernest Willard Bartlett 
07/03/10 Kim Chiapetta 
07/07/10 Bernard Kennett 
07/09/10 Carol Kennedy 
07/26/ io Paulina Coveil 
07/28/10 Donald Theriault 
08/04/10 Tatum Roache 
08/06/10 Robert Everett Mayhew 

08/11/10 Norma Gadwah 
09/07/10 Thomas Connolly 

09/ 12/ 10 Dorothy McCord 

10/14/to Rex York 

10/21/10 Simonne Cotter 

10/21/ 10 Vera Smith 

10/29/ io Carolyn Pinette 

10/31/10 SharelleAUin 

11/08/10 Millie Kennett 

11/20/10 Arlene Southworth 

11/29/10 Ronald Holden 

12/13/10 Lorraine Tetreault 
Births Registered 
Date Name 

01/11/10 Noah Keith Gaudette 
02/06/10 Blake Leigh Collins 

04/01/10 Dixie Leanne Blake 
04/09/10 Tatum Anna- Duncan Roache 
05/24/10 Makalyn Jo Kenison 

06/11/10 Eliza Topanga Bundschuh 

06/21/10 Richard Eliot Webster 
07/09/10 Ryan Frederic Gauss 
09/24/10 Ian Jarnes-Bamm Kennedy 

10/03/10 Emma Gray Simino 

10/14/10 Raegan Marie Ramsay 

10/27/10 Jourdan Mathieu Treamer 

11/03/10 Mathew James Goulet 

11/16/10 Tyson James Shannon 

12/14/10 Elli Bea Haskin 

12/20/10 Colden James Szurley 

12/24/10 Kole Allan McMann 



Place of Marria ge 

Northumberland 

Berlin 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Lancaster 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Berlin 

Northumberland 

Bethlehem 

Place of Death 

Whitefield 

Lancaster 

Northumberland 

Lancaster 

Lebanon 

Berlin 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Indianapolis, IN 

Northumberland 

Laconia 

Ramona, CA 

Northumberland 

West Stewartstown 

Northumberland 

Lancaster 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Northumberland 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 



Fath er's/Partner's Name 

Jeffrey Collins 

Michael Roache 
Michael Kenison 
Joseph Bundschuh 
Richard Webster 
Jared Gauss 
Keith Kennedy II 
Michael Simino, Jr. 
Logan Ramsay 

Brian Goulet 
Luke Shannon 
Jon Haskins 
John Szurley 
Jeffrey McMann 




My lee Jay Kenison 
D.O.B. 1/17/2009 



In Picture 

Makalyn Jo Kenison 
D.O.B. 5/24/2010 



Father 

Walter Bailey 
Frank Binasiewiez 
Chester Marshall 
Thomas Glenn 
Unknown 

Joseph Victoria, Sr. 
Gary Ellis 
John Gagnon 
Wendell Fisk 
William Cunningham 
Goerge Bezanson III 
Harry Blaisdell 
Aidan Bartlett 
Salvadore Chiapetta 
Chillion Kennett 
Albert Treadwell 
Gement Carpovieh 
Arthur Theriault, Sr. 
Michael Roache 
Lewis W r illiam Mayhew 
Francis Hopps, Sr. 
William Connolly 
Frank Beesley 
George York 
Akee Founder 
George Wellington 
Herbert Marshall 
Floyd Bacon 
Cedric Phelps 
Gaston Morin 
Horace Holden 
Robert Tippitt 

Mother's Name 
Trisha Gaudette 
Kristen Collins 
Rosita Blake 
Amanda Duncan 
Kristy Kenison 
Moira Bundschuh 
Andrea Webster 
Ashley Gauss 
Morgan Stone 
Angela Simino 
Jody Ramsay 
Rachel Shannon 
Cheryl Goulet 
Angela Boutin 
Toni Haskins 
Constance McKearney 
Samantha McMann 



Mother 

Marjorie Phillips 
Helen Srnulski 
Mildred Munn 
Florence Briggs 
Delia Gaudette 
Ambrozma Sausa 
Ruth Osgood 
Mary Gagnon 
Pearl Gale 
Florence Enman 
Charlene Faley 
Sylvia Burgess 
Mary G. Bartlett 
Marilyn Boothby 
Mildred Merrow 
Dorothy Midgette 
Alta Graham 
Evangeline Theriault 
Amanda Duncan 
Ollie May Montgomer 
Blanche Woods 
Dorothy Pitman 
Nellie Shar 
Jessie O'Meara 
Florida Gagner 
Margaret Chariong 
Ruth Stevens 
Leona Gould 
Hazel Ingerson 
Carolyn None 
Annie Freeman 
Ellen Morgan 



Military 
No 
No 
No 
No 
No 
Yes 
Yes 
Yes 
No 
Yes 
No 
No 
No 
No 
Yes 
No 
No 
Yes 
No 
Yes 
No 
No 
No 
No 
No 
No 
No 
No 
No 
No 
No 




III Picture 

Blake Leigh Collins 
D.O.B. 2/6/2010 



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OUTSTANDING BALANCE AS OF 2/9/2011 



Taxoaver Name 


Balance 


12 MAIN STREET CAFE LLC 


i,4i3-50 


ACHILLES, NORMAN 


9,175-49 


ADAMS, WAVA CLARK 


1,154-56 


AICARDI JR, WILLIAM F 


885.46 


ALCANTARA, GAIL K H 


8,599-52 


ALEXANDER, EARL 


6,504-44 


AMERI VEST PROPERTIES LLC 


25,827.03 


ANNIS, RUSSELL 0. 


4,061.20 


BAG HILL ENTERPRISE 


285.60 


BAILEY, LORIE A 


2,985-33 


BARTLE'lT, KENNETH 


39-00 


BARTLETT, SHARAN 


446.86 


BEATON, ARTHUR R 


2,941.64 


BEATON, WENDY 


1,626.10 


BECKER, DANIEL W 


2,358.47 


BEDELL, JOHN A 


781.23 


BENOrr, LAWRENCE 


5,889.05 


BERRY, JEFFREY 


821.03 


BEZANSON, ESTATE OF EDWARD S 


126.00 


BLAIS, GINETTE 


3,092.14 


BLAIS, RORYJ 


2,346.18 


BLODGETT, DELORES 


1,407.25 


BLODGETT, RANDY A 


3,719.02 


BLODGETT, ROBERT 


236.91 


BOISSONNAULT, LUC 


592.10 


BOIVIN, LAWRENCE T 


342.66 


BOIVIN, MARC 


1,384-14 


BOROWSKI, ESTATE OF JOHN J 


323.98 


BOUDLE, SANDRA 


3-231-98 


BOUHN, KENNETH M 


6,754.89 


BRASSEUR,ALANY 


345-00 


BRIMAX LLC 


2,034.08 


BROEK, ETHEL 


973-47 


BROOKVIEW COOPERATIVE INC. 


410-05 


BROWER, HOWARD 


64.25 


BROWN, ERIC J 


1,049.38 


BUCK! AND, LAWRENCE F 


339-00 


BUNDSCHUH, JOE 


698.57 


BURKE, JEREMY M 


89.22 


BURT, RENE P 


457-59 


CALL, SANDOW 


3497-U 


CAMARA, RAOUL 


5,276.22 


CAR TRUST/ROBINSON, C J 


9,338.09 


CARDINAL-GRONDIN, CATHY 


3,442.20 


CARON, RONALD G 


2,004.48 


CASS, MICHAEL J 


1,468.48 


CHAMPAGNE (ALUN), KATHY 


1,084.74 


CHARBONNEAU, TIMOTHY 


i,325-70 


CHRISTIANSEN, JUD 


2,358.58 


CLAUSS, ASHLEY R 


599.61 


COBBETT, DEBORAH M 


2,262.01 


COLLINS, CATHY V 


134.58 


COLLINS, LINDA B 


1,931.05 


COOK, RICHARD KJR 


4,665.20 


CORRELL, FRANK 


2,414.72 


COSSEBOOM, CHARLES J 


4,062.06 


COTTER (GULICK), WENDY 


242.23 


COVELL, THOMAS 


1,482.54 


CROMPTON, GERALD H. 


3,244.47 


CROSS, MICHAEL A 


2,887-68 


CUMMINGS, HERBERT 


1,039.80 


CUNNINGHAM, BRENDA 


484.06 


CURRIER SALES & SERVICE 


13,036.13 


DAMON, TINA M 


1,539-42 


DEBLOIS, RICKY ALLEN 


6,209-39 


DEFOSSE JR, FLORIEN J 


1,851.78 


DESAINDES, BARBARA (HARTLEN) 


2,101.07 


DESAUTELS, JERRY P 


5,441.06 



Taxpayer Name 


Balance 


DESILETS, ANGELINA R 


3,382.76 


DICKSON III, ROGER L 


655.93 


DIFFENBACHER, JAMES 


933-75 


DILBOY, KENNETH 


1,494-54 


DINGMAN, AL 


2,164.92 


DORR, TYLER 


485.00 


DOWLAND, ROBERT C 


75-00 


DUNCAN, PAMELA 


10,598.83 


DUNN JT TEN, ALASTAIR 


387.OO 


DUPUIS, BERNARD 


41,577.97 


DUPUIS, DANIEL L 


244.96 


EMDEJR, KARLHW 


120.00 


EMERSON & SON INC 


10,819.33 


EMERSON, MADELENE 


273.63 


EMERY, CHERYL 


508.98 


FED'I, NATIONAL MORTG ASSOC 


319.59 


FISCHER, ERIC FJR 


2,585-77 


FISHER, PATSY 


432.68 


FLEURY JR, ARTHUR L 


1,181.45 


FLEURY, FREDERICK NORMAN 


515-99 


FOGG, DOUGLAS 


802.40 


FORTIN, ANTHONY 


120.00 


FORTIN, DONALD C 


505.78 


FREGEAU, DENNIS 


790.51 


FYSH, ESTATE OF EUGENE A 


1,925-05 


GADWAH, ARTHUR D 


4,810.28 


GAUDETTE, THOMAS 


5,802.93 


GILCRIS, KURT 


1,434.21 


GILCRIS, RONALC 


8,427-79 


GILCRIS, TRACY 


1,339-12 


GLADUE, CHRISTINA K 


2,609.02 


GLIDDEN, WILLIAM 


1,627.16 


GLOVER, NATHAN J 


6-95 


GONYER, THOMAS 


2,679-59 


GOODWIN, DANA 


1,517-73 


GOULET, TODD D 


2,967-77 


GOULET, WAYNE 


5,250.80 


GRAY, GORDON 


10,104.23 


GREEN, EVELYN L 


1,174.84 


GROVETON PAPER BOARD 


120,266.83 


GUANGA, JOAN 


659,32 


GUAY, CLAUDE 


294.00 


HAAS, JULIE M 


323-45 


Hamilton, scorr 


812.61 


HAND, DONALD W 


1,798.78 


HAND, RANDY 


2,391-57 


HARRISON, ANNA MARIE T 


1,397-87 


HART TRUST, THE LILLIAN M 


2,287.37 


HAWES, ROBERT D 


73-54 


HICKEY, BENJAMIN 


2,266.41 


HILL, LORI (GILL) 


944-50 


HOBART, KENNETH 


5,102.55 


HODGE, STEVE 


147.00 


HOLDEN, JOHN 


990.68 


HOPKINS, MICHAEL J 


2,370.93 


HOPPS, ELL\S E JR 


413-70 


HOPPS, HAROLD 


1,225.92 


HOPPS, KERRY V 


750.87 


HUNT, ROBERT E 


5,761.40 


HUNTER, KIM 


1,564.22 


HUNTINGTON, DAVID L JTTEN 


372.66 


HUNTINGTON, NATHAN 


38.00 


HURLBERT JR, DARWIN B 


2,209.00 


HUTCHINS, DAVID E 


18,019.41 


HUIGHINSON, TASHA A 


211.09 


HYSLOP, RUTH E 


30401 


JEWELL, BRADLEY P 


8,980.60 


JEWELL, JENNIE L 


483.82 



60 



OUTSTANDING BALANCE AS OF 2/9/2011 



Taxpayer Name 


Balance 


JOHNSON, DAVID W 


1,962.96 


JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER D 


987.35 


JOHNSTON, DENISE D 


165.00 


JORDAN, ESTATE OF RUBERTA M 


1,662.34 


KAPSON, ALLEN P 


542.14 


KARL, WAYNE R 


1,115.02 


KEDDY, BRUCE 


L41576 


KEENAN & SON LLC, B.C. 


1,607.90 


KEN1SON JR, DONALD G 


1,760.02 


KENISON, GREGORY E 


346-6o 


KENISON, RUSSELL E 


4,517-44 


KENISON, STEPHEN 


2,102.34 


KENNETT, JOEL DAVID 


3,217-97 


KING, DANIEL W 


3,264.00 


LABRECQUE, BETHANY A 


918.06 


LAFLAMME, ROLAND H 


3,200.61 


LAROSE FAMILY TRUST, RITA 


461.39 


LARSON, ROBERT H 


25.00 


LEDGER, BELINDA M 


345-93 


LEDGER, GREGORY 


495-00 


LEDUCSR, THOMAS J 


2,224.36 


LEIGHTON, MARK 


84.68 


LEIGHTON, OWEN R 


6,292.59 


LEMIEUX, STEVEN 


60716 


UTTLEHALE, KEVIN 


189.60 


LOST NATION NATURE PRESERVE 


664.30 


LUNDERVILLE, TINA (STANFORD) 


201.00 


MANCHESTER, SHIRLEY 


991.66 


MARSHALL, CAROL 


1,429.72 


MARSHALL, JULIE A 


288.00 


MARSHALL, STANLEY 


791-73 


MARTIN ET AL, JANET L 


44-35 


MCCORMICK, ROBERT W 


403.07 


MCIAIN, WAYNE 


9300 


MCLAUGHLIN, PATRICK 


358.70 


MCMANN, MICHAEL W 


694.58 


MELLETT, EDWIN 


2,232.30 


MONAHAN JR, RODNEY J 


682.54 


MONAHAN, JEREMY 


1,261.30 


MORRIS, KIMBERLY 


2,926.28 


MORRISON, JOSHUA D 


1,450.56 


MORSE, WILBUR 


61.00 


MORTENSEN, ERIC P 


386.39 


MUNCE'S REAL ESTATE VENTURES 


3,325.55 


MUNDELL, CYNTHIA 


2,264.19 


NAPLES, CARL B 


14,295.54 


NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE 


1,834-95 


NELSON, DOUG 


26,117.32 


NEWELL, ANITA (KINGSLEY) 


2,909-57 


NEWTON, WAYNE 


866.08 


NORMANDEAU, ROLAND 


2,075.71 


NORTHERN N E TELEPHONE OP LLC 


30.09 


NOWAK.MARKE 


940.01 


O'BRIEN, KEVIN R 


1,273-35 


OWNER UNKNOWN 


384-52 


PAQUETTE, CHRISTOPHER A 


2,894.91 


PAQUETTE, JOSIE R (MCKENZIE) 


341.58 


PARADIS, JOANNE MARIE 


1,187.36 


PARISEAU, GINETTE L 


107.82 


PEEL, SUSAN G 


1,563-29 


PELLETIER, BRUCE 


1,320.87 


PELLETIER, RANDALL D 


6,620.83 


PEREZ, REINALDO 


804.49 


PERKINS, DANA 


220.00 


PERRAS LUMBER INC. 


1,026.97 


PERRAS REALTY TRUST, THE 


8,075-02 


PERRAS, PAUL 


221.01 


PERRAS, ROBERT F 


543 


PERRAS, ROBERT JAMES 


15.04 


PHILLIPS, MICHAEL R 


302.29 



Taxpayer Name Balance 


PICO, BRIDGET A 


342.00 


PINETTE, ROBERT J 


1,409.81 


PLUNKETT, JOHN EDWARD 


56.85 


POTTER in, LINWOOD 


2.973-77 


PRESCOTT, AMIE 


962.41 


PROSPER, BRUCE 


9,811.76 


RAMSDELL, RICHARD 


7,667.40 


REED, MARGARET 


228.00 


REYNOLDS, BRIAN K 


1,277.32 


REYNOLDS, DANIEL J 


2,988.31 


REYNOLDS, NANCY C M 


2,830.73 


REYNOLDS, TOBY 


1,350.06 


REYNOLDS, TRACY 


298.69 


RICE, CLAYTON A 


65.11 


RIDEOUT, JENNIFER C 


186.OO 


RIENDEAU, MONA 


738.89 


RIVERS, GARY H 


536.89 


ROBBIN, JOHN E 


5-08 


ROBINSON, MARCIA 


3,275-95 


ROBY, CATHY M 


455-36 


RODAS, USANDRO 


959-01 


RODDEN, VINCENTS 


1,820.97 


RONAN, JENNIFER J JTROS 


374-37 


ROY, KEVIN 


312.00 


SARGENT, RITA 


2,091.35 


SAVAGE JR, DANIEL A 


669.57 


SAVAGE JR, JEFFREY 


82.22 


SAVAGE, KEITH 


1,295-27 


SAWYER, HOLLIS H 


116.50 


SAWYER, KARL 


565.56 


SHANNON BISSONNETTE, ERIN M 


7,725.» 


SHANNON, FRED 


1,532.82 


SHOSA, JEREMY A 


1,062.00 


SIMPSON JTTEN, JOSHUA 


6,818.05 


SLOCUM, PHILIP H 


1,203.79 


SMITH JR, MERLE 


880.83 


SMITH, ESTATE OF VERA 


1,154-62 


SOVEREIGN BANK 


403.54 


SPENCER, DAVID L 


15,336.97 


SPRAGUE, ESTATE OF GEORGE L 


65-59 


STEVENS, BRIAN 


1,243.38 


STEWART FAMILY TRUST, WM & JOA 


9,093-96 


STINSON, BENJAMIN R 


688.86 


STINSON, COREY A 


219-34 


STONE, SEATON 


1,305-99 


STONE, WALTER A 


3,295-99 


STUART, JAY 


2,384.33 


STYLES, DAEGAN 


217.20 


STYLES, MARK W 


17748 


SULLIVAN IRREVOCABLE TRUST, JO 


620.67 


THOMPSON, WENDA 


272.39 


TIPPITT, GLEN E 


1,870.67 


TREAMER, WALTER W 


356.36 


TWIN RIVERS CORPORATION 


17449 


TYLER* ARLAND 


1,907.04 


TYLER, JIMMY 


1,536.34 


UNKNOWN OWNER 


1,054.61 


WALSH FAMILYTRUST 


7.96 


WARD, DAVID 


2,422.89 


WEAGLE JT TEN, BARBARA 


1,113-02 


WEEKS, DEBORAH M 


4,388.51 


WEEMAN, ROBERT 


1,130.13 


WHITE, WADE P 


3,557-86 


WHITING HI, LEONARD E 


51-50 


WHITNEY, ALAN 


i,677-70 


WINN, MICHELLE 


836.32 


WOODWARD, ERIC J 


3,228.52 


Total 760403.71 


*Total does not include YTD interest orpenelties 




'Total does not include utility bill due 2/18/1 1 




*Shut off for upaid sow utilities will be late April 




"Lien date for outstanding 2010 balances is 5/12/1 1 





61 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



12 MAIN STREET CAFE LLC 


55,900 


ANDRITZ, JAMES 


5,533 


ABBOTT SR, GREGORY 


180,200 


ANGEL, RUSSELL 


120,100 


ABRGP LLC 


998 


ANNIS, RUSSELL 


32,300 


ABRGP LLC 


599 


ARMSTRONG FAMILY REVOC TRUST 


59,8oo 


ABRGP LLC 


751 


ARMSTRONG, JAMIE (DAMON) 


51,600 


ABRGP LLC 


475 


ARMSTRONG-CHARRON FUNX HOME 


298,800 


ABRGP LLC 


475 


ASH, RONALD KJR 


98,900 


ABRGP LLC 


475 


ASHE, ROBIN J 


98,400 


ABRGP LLC 


496 


AUBUT, GERARD 


59,6oo 


ABRGP LLC 


501 


AUDIT, KAYLA 


41,500 


ABRGP LLC 


476 


AUDIT, MARIO J 


155,700 


ABRGP LLC 


480 


AUDIT, MARIO J 


7,100 


ABRGP LLC 


477 


AUGER, AARON 


89,400 


ABRGP LLC 


483 


AUGER, DAVID P 


178,300 


ABRGP LLC 


730 


AUGER, FLORA 


89,100 


ABRGP LLC 


475 


AYER, DANIEL 


208,390 


ABRGP LLC 


475 


AYERS, CHARLES H JR 


77,500 


ABRGP LLC 


475 


BACON, DONALD J 


135,771 


ABRGP LLC 


476 


BACON, GISELE PAQUETTE 


42,400 


ABRGP LLC 


701 


BACON, MARK L 


103,400 


ABRGP LLC 


738 


BAG HILL ENTERPRISE 


20,000 


ABRGP LLC 


507 


BAILEY, AVIS M 


126,700 


ABRGP LLC 


486 


BAILEY, LORIE A 


97,600 


ABRGP LLC 


479 


BALL,SHERRIL 


55,300 


ABRGP LLC 


879 


BALMORAL REALTY TRUST 


120,700 


ABRGP LLC 


689 


BALOG, LAURETTE 


88,600 


ABRGP LLC 


512 


BARNES-HIGHT, JUDITH K 


5,993 


ABRGP LLC 


489 


BARNETT, HOWARD 


2,207 


ABRGP LLC 


636 


BARNETT, WILBUR 


13,500 


ABRGP LLC 


637 


BARNEY, JEFFREY 


119,600 


ABRGP LLC 


1,376 


BARNEY, JEFFREY 


1,700 


ABRGP, LLC 


2,585 


BARNEY, JUSTIN 


104,900 


ACHILLES, NORMAN 


122,800 


BARRY, BETTY MAE 


68,800 


ADAIR, DEBORAH J 


95,000 


BARRY, ROBERT M 


102,800 


ADAIR, KENNETH 


157,100 


BARTLETT, KENNETH 


75,500 


ADAMS, WAVA CLARK 


76,100 


BARTLETT, SHARAN 


31,500 


AFFORDABLE HOUSING EDUCATION 


692,500 


BARTLETT, VICKI 


82,600 


AICARDI JR, WILLIAM F 


57,400 


BATCHELDER 2004 REVOC TRUST, B 


16,800 


ATTKEN, HUGH 


155,846 


BATCHELDER 2004 REVOC TRUST, B 


34>500 


AITKEN, HUGH 


1,364 


BATCHELDER, SUZANNE 


111,500 


AKESSON, ROBERT 


156,754 


BEAN, JOHN 


115,800 


AKESSON, ROBERT 


40,900 


BEATON, ARTHUR R 


54,8oo 


ALCANTARA, GAIL K H 


108,744 


BEATON, JEFFREY A 


42,500 


ALDRICH (HURLBUTT), LORNA 


107,900 


BEATON, ROBERT 


7,534 


ALDRICH, RONALD 


37,722 


BEATON, ROBERT 


6,198 


ALEXANDER, EARL 


67,600 


BEATON, ROBERT 


28,160 


ALLEY, MAURICE L 


169,100 


BEATON, WENDY 


40,200 


AMERI VEST PROPERTIES LLC 


278,200 


BECKER, DANIEL W 


110,056 


AMERICAN LEGION 


398,100 


BEDELL, GINA 


110,100 



62 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



BEDELL, HAZEL 

BEDELL, JOHN A 

BEESLEY, PAUL 

BEGIN, DAVID 

BEGIN, NOELLA 

BELAND, ALPHONSE 

BELAND, ALPHONSE 

BELAND, ALPHONSE 

BELAND, ALPHONSE 

BELAND, ALPHONSE 

BELAND, ALPHONSE 

BELAND, ALPHONSE 

BELAND, ALPHONSE 

BELISLE, BERNARD 

BELIVEAU, DENNIS 

BENARD, DAVID W 

BENNETT REV TRUST, JAMES/ JANET 

BENNETT REV TRUST, JAMES/ JANET 

BENNETT, LARRY E 

BENOIT, ANDREW R 

BENOIT, LAWRENCE 

BENOIT, RAYMOND A 

BENOIT, RAYMOND J 

BENOIT, RAYMOND J 

BENOIT, SHARON 

BENSON, ROBERT K 

BENSON, ROBERT K 

BENSON, ROBERT K 

BENSON, ROBERT K 

BENSON, ROBERT K 

BENSON, ROBERT K 

BENWAY REVOC TRUST, THE CAROLYN 

BERGERON, ANNETTE 

BERGERON, THEODORA 

BERNARD, ULDRIC 

BERRY, JEFFREY 

BERRY, JEFFREY 

BERUBE,DWIGHTE 

BERUBE, DWIGHT E 

BERUBE, FLORENCE 

BERUBE, JOSEPH 

BEZANSON, ESTATE OF EDWARD S 

BIGNESS, JOSEPH R 

BILLMERS, ROBERT 

BILODEAU,TLMMYJ 

BISHOP, CATHERINE HUTCHINSON 

BISHOP, JACOB 

BLAIS, GINETTE 

BLAIS,RORYJ 



92,900 BLANCHETTE, TIMOTHY A 

40,700 BLODGETT, BENJAMIN G 

6,600 BLODGETT, DELORES 

76,000 BLODGETT, RANDY A 

28,300 BLODGETT, ROBERT 

189,300 BLODGETT, YVONNE 

74,500 BODNAR, DARRELL C 

73,700 BOISELLE, ERIC 

84,800 BOISSELLE, PAUL 
70,300 BOISSONNAULT, LUC 

35,800 BOIVM, LAWRENCE T 

7,900 BOIVTN, MARC 

76,900 BORG, CARL 

133,700 BOROWSKL ESTATE OF JOHN J 

72,800 BOUCHARD, PAUL 

141,000 BOUCHARD, WALTER 

132,800 BOUDLE, LAWRENCE 

98,800 BOUDLE, SANDRA 

80,600 BOUDLE, STEVEN I 

98,800 BOUDRIAS, LOUIS A 

90,400 BOURASSA, RICHARD 

68,300 BOUTHILLIER, MARK W 

796 BOUTIN, KENNETH M 

154,438 BOUTIN, KENNETH M 

66,400 BOWMAN PROPERTIES LLC 

9,917 BOYLE, JAMES 

480 BRANN (HICKEY), DIANA 

477 BRANN, CHARLES K 

518 BRANN, CHARLES K 

504 BRANN, CHARLES K 

476 BRASSEUR,ALANY 

70,100 BREAULT, ANN CT 

1,169 BREAULT, CHESTER 

107,400 BREAULT, CHESTER 

111,800 BRIERE, ROBERT P 

11,973 BRIMAX LLC 

112,300 BRINN, CLAIRE M 

144,900 BROEK ETHEL 

79,900 BRONSON, ANNE 

6,400 BRONSON, KEITH 

71,400 BROOKS JR, JOHN E 

86,500 BROOKS JR. JT TEN, PHLLBERT 

2,006 BROOKVEEW COOPERATIVE INC 

35,300 BROWER, HOWARD 

99,900 BROWER, HOWARD 

41,900 BROWN, C.N. CO. 

52,300 BROWN, ERIC J 

22,300 BROWN, RAY 

77,900 BROWN, STEPHEN 






50,300 
86,200 
99,200 
121,100 
101,000 
100,000 
144,300 
62,900 
38,000 
6,400 
93,6oo 
94,000 
79,ioo 
24,680 
37,8oo 
106,200 
17,000 
65,600 
133,600 
99,000 
83,800 
138,800 
73,800 
97,700 
56,500 
7,600 
82,300 
126,800 
31,800 
1,500 
116,400 
5,800 
60,200 
75,200 
134,100 
74,600 
22,200 
57,iO0 
131,200 
102,800 
26,800 
99,700 
343,000 
1,709 
3,373 
86,000 
12,200 
200,700 
71,100 



63 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



BRYANT, CHRISTINA L 

BUCKLAND, LAWRENCE F 

BUNDSCHUH, JOE 

BURKE, JEREMY M 

BURT JR., RAYFIELD C 

BURT, JEFFREY R 

BURT, MARY DYSON 

BURT, RENE P 

BURT, RENE P 

BUSHEY, JEANNE 

BUSS, JAMES R 

BUSS, JAMES R 

BUSS, JAMES R 

BUSS, JAMES R 

BUSS, JAMES R 

BUSS, JAMES R 

BUSS, JAMES R 

CALL, JOHN 

CALL, JOHN 

CALL, JOHN 

CALL, JOHN 

CALL, SANDOW 

CALL, SANDOW 

CAMARA, RAOUL 

CANARIO, RAYMOND 

CANTIN, MYRTLE MAY 

CANTON, CHRISTOPHER 

CAR TRUST/ROBLNSON, C J 
CARDINAL-GRONDIN, CATHY 
CARNEY, ROBERT 
CARON, BEAU M 
CARON,DAVIDA 
CARON,DAVIDA 
CARON, DAVID A 
CARON,DAVIDA 
CARON, HOLLY 
CARON, ROLAND SR 
CARON, RONALD G 
CARON, RONALD G 
CARON, RONALD G 
CARON, RONALD G 
CARRIGER, DOUGLAS 
CARSON, MICHAEL R 
CARTER, BRUCE 
CASEY REALTY TRUST, R & R 
CASS, MICHAEL J 
CASSADY,GLENNA 
CENTNER THOMAS 
CHAMPAGNE (ALLTN), KATHY 



114,800 CHAMPLAIN OIL CO INC 

96,700 CHARBONNEAU, TIMOTHY 

109,100 CHARBONNEAU, TIMOTHY 

131,300 CHARLETTE TRUST, THE RUTH E 

86,500 CHARRON IRREVOC TRUST, D&L 

2,185 CHAUVETTE, ROGER 

41,000 CHAUVETTE, ROGER P 

149,300 CHAUVETTE, ROGER P 

99,200 CHENEY, DONALD M 

116,400 CHESSMAN, JOAN 

188,786 CHESSMAN, KEVIN 

1,121 CHING, KEVIN 

12,840 CHRISTIANSEN, JUD 

4,760 CHUMACK, MARIE (SMITH) 

59,528 CIOCCA, MARK J 

600 CLAUSS, ASHLEY R 

360 CLAUSS, ASHLEY R 

96,700 CLOUTIER FAMILY TRUST 

523 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

2,109 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

65 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

34,800 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

300 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

30,300 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

218,400 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

25,300 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

91,500 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

297,013 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

66,200 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

105,900 CLOUTIER ALBERT JR 

12,300 CLOUTIER ALBERT JR 

35,000 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

234,900 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

28,600 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

29,700 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

85,800 CLOUTIER ALBERT JR 

89,800 CLOUTIER, ALBERT JR 

76,600 CLOUTIER, GERARD 

147,500 CLOUTIER, HENRY 

48,100 CLOUTIER, LORENZO J 

64,700 CLOUTIER, MICHAEL 

110,300 CLOUTIER, MICHAEL 

117,800 COBBETT, DEBORAH M 

114,000 COLBURN ASSOCIATES INC 

86,100 COLEBANK, BARRY 

77,700 COLEBANK, WILLIAM 

39,900 COLEMAN, JOHN W. 

136,032 COLLINS REVOCABLE TRUST, ROBER 

35,600 COLLINS REVOCABLE TRUST-2000 



111,100 

87,600 

74,500 

77,000 

106,900 

82,200 

135,400 

1,000 

60,000 

101,100 

23,100 

97.900 

83,000 

61,700 

146,400 

127,900 

400 

153,000 

4,180 

838 

896 

891 

841 

663 

385 

914 

141 

174 

868 

884 

866 

838 

8,461 

1,022 

1,069 

888 

817 

215,691 

72,600 

103,100 

93,900 

14,000 

86,800 

38,846 

30,900 

62,100 

63,000 

121,400 

170,800 



64 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



COLLINS, CATHY 
COLLINS, CHEREEN R 
COLLINS, JEFFREY L 
COLLINS, JOY V 
COLLINS, LINDA B 
COLLINS, LOUISE 
COLLINS, STEVEN M 
COLLINS, STEVEN M 
COLLINS, STEVEN M 
COLLINS, STEVEN M 
COLLINS, STEVEN M 
COLLINS, STEVEN M 
COLLINS, STEVEN M 
COLLINS, STEVEN M 
COLLINS, STEVEN M 
COLLINS, STEVEN M 
COLLINS, STEVEN M 
COLLINS, STEVEN M 
CONNARY, BRYAN 
CONNARY, ERVTN 
CONNORS, BRIAN 
CONOVER, CALVIN H 
CONOVER, CALVIN H 
CONOVER, KIMBERLYA 
COOK, RICHARD KJR 
COOKSON, SARA 
CORNELIUS, DONNA 
CORRELL, FRANK 
CQSSEBOOM, CHARLES J 
COSSEBOOM, CHARLES J 
COSSEBOOM, CHARLES J 
COSSEBOOM, CHARLES J 
COSSEBOOM, CHARLES J 
COSTA, MAURICE 
COTE, STEVEN 
COTTER (GULICK), WENDY 
COTTER, ESTAE OF SIMONNE 
COTTER, ESTATE OF SIMONNE 
COTTER, NORMAN 
COTTER, NORMAN 
COUTURE, VIRGINIA PELCHAT 
COVELL, IRVING R 
COVELL, THOMAS 
COVELL, THOMAS 
COVELL, THOMAS 
COVELL, THOMAS 
COVTLL, KEITH L 
COY,NATHEN 
CRAGGY, BARRY 



90,900 CRAGGY, BARRY 

13,000 CRAGGY, PAULINE 

95,500 CRAWFORD, BRADLEY E 

71,800 CRAWFORD, CALVIN B 

74,100 CRAWFORD, RITA 

149,500 CRAWFORD, RODERICK J 

441 CRAWFORD-BATT, DIANE 

27,100 CROMPTON, GERALD H 

385 CROSS, MICHAEL A 

451 CUMMINGS, HERBERT 

469 CUNNINGHAM, BRENDA 

380 CUNNINGHAM, MARY JANE 

400 CUNNINGHAM, MARY JANE 

380 CURRIER SALES & SERVICE 

380 CURRIER, MICHAEL 

380 CURRIER, STEPHEN 

3,312 CURTIS JR, WOODBURY 

399 D'AVENI, ANTHONY J 

57,ioo D'AVENI, ANTHONY J 

139,900 DAIGNEAULT, RONALD W 

116,222 DALEY, DIANE CARON 

148,300 DALEY, DIANE CARON 

2,400 DALEY, DIANE CARON 

150,361 DALEY, KEVIN ALLEN 

95,700 DAMON, MERLE 

80,200 DAMON, MERLE 

20,600 DAMON, TINA M 

37,800 DANKERS, MARTHA W 

6,473 DAVENPORT, DANIEL B D. 

26,800 DAVIS, LAURIE 

26,800 DAVIS, RANDALL S 

26,800 DEAN BROOK VILLAGE COOP 

69,000 DEBLOIS,DANAL 

148,300 DEBLOIS, RICKY ALLEN 

118,200 DEBLOIS, RICKY ALLEN 

20,600 DEBLOIS, SHAWN E 

61,100 DEFOSSE JR, FLORIEN J 

125,800 DELSESTO, MICHAEL J 

2,771 DEPOYSTER, GARY A 

125,200 DESAINDES, BARBARA (HARTLEN) 

50,100 DESAUTELS, ANDRE 

128,273 DESAUTELS, JERRY P 

46,900 DESAUTELS, JERRY P 

156,000 DESAUTELS, JERRY P 

17,400 DESILETS, ANGELINA R 

22,600 DEYETTE, FARON W 

57,100 DEYETTE, TYRONE J 

31,100 DEYETTE, TYRONE J 

5,294 DICKSON HI, ROGER L 






104,100 
91,600 
72,800 
94,400 
66,400 
95,300 
70,500 

124,500 
99,70O 

100,700 
32,900 
91,700 
33,900 

237,700 
77,600 
75,lOO 
74,200 

59,800 
53,200 

119,400 

61,500 
104,100 

31,500 
123,600 

32,200 
159,800 

30,600 

1,011 

101,900 
72,700 
21,000 

435,600 
133,100 

165,300 
51,100 

146,800 
63,000 
39,686 
42,400 
28,200 
95,200 
65,800 
550 
29,599 

123,100 

106,700 

125,000 
26,200 
62,000 



65 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



DIFFENBACHER, JAMES 

DILBOY, KENNETH E 

DINGMAN TRUST, THE MARGARET 

DINGMAN.AL 

DOHERTY, LAWRENCE 

DOHERTY, PATRICK L JR 

DOOLAN, MICHAEL J 

DOOLAN, MICHAEL J 

DORR, TYLER A 

DOWLAND, EDWARD 

DOWLAND, ROBERT C 

DOWNING, GARY P 

DOYLE, MATTHEW A 

DOYLE, MATTHEW A 

DREYER, HENRY H 

DTC PROPERTIES-NORTHUMBERLAND 

DUNCAN, PAMELA 

DUNHAM, LESLIE 

DUNN JT TEN, ALASTAIR 

DUPUIS, BERNARD 

DUPUIS, BERNARD 

DUPUIS, BERNARD 

DUPUIS, BERNARD 

DUPUIS, DANIEL L 

DUPUIS, FLORENCE 

DUPUIS, FLORENCE 

DUPUIS, GARY 

DUPUIS, GARY 

DUPUIS, GARY 

DUPUIS, JOEL R 

DUPUIS, JOHN 

DUPUIS, LEON 

DUPUIS, RICHARD 

DUPUIS, RICHARD 

DUPUIS, RICHARD 

DUPUIS, RICHARD 

DUPUIS, RICHARD 

DUQUETTE, PAUL R 

DURANT, KEVIN 

DWYER, AUGUSTUS 

EATON, GILBERT 

ELLINGWOOD, ALICE M 

EMDEJR,KARLHW 

EMERSON & SON INC 

EMERSON JR, LESLIE Z 

EMERSON, BRIAN 

EMERSON, JAMES H 

EMERSON, JAMES H 

EMERSON, JAMES H 



65,936 EMERSON, MADELENE 

51,400 EMERY, CHERYL 

107,900 EMERY, MICHAEL J 

138,100 EMERY, STANLEY 

26,100 EMERY, STANLEY 

42,000 EVERLETH, WILLIAMS 

92,000 EVERLETH, WILLIAM S 

112,900 FANTON, CHARLES W 

102,600 FAUTEUX, PHILIP JR 

84,900 FEB REALTY LLC 

57,900 FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOC 

70,iOO FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOC 

106,300 FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOC 

25,500 FERLAND, SUSAN T 

86,600 FIRST COLEBROOK BANK 

99,800 FIRST COLEBROOK BANK 

121,300 FISCHER, ERIC FJR 

89,800 FISCHER, ERIC F JR 

89,700 FISHER, PATSY 

213,700 FLEURY JR, ARTHUR L 

165,400 FLEURY JR, ARTHUR L 

79,800 FLEURY, FREDERICK NORMAN 

6,840 FOGG, DOUGLAS 

9,400 FONTAINE, CHRISTINA 

100,600 FONTAINE, LEONARD 

12,300 FONTAINE, NELSON S 

110,700 FONTAINE, NELSON S 

30,960 FONTAINE, RICHARD L 

64,500 FONTAINE, RICHARD M 

93,200 FORD JR, JOHN E 

202,700 FORT JAMES CORPORATION 

75,500 FORT JAMES CORPORATION 

20,700 FORTIER, DONALD 

52,800 FORTIN, ANTHONY 

116,600 FORTIN, ANTHONY 

181,300 FORTIN, DONALD C 

225,156 FORTUCCI, CURTIS J 

12,500 FOSTER, EDDIE J 

49,100 FOSTER, EDDIE J 

64,700 FOX, MICHAEL W 

105,100 FRANK, AMY E (HALL) 

9,348 FRECHETTE, KATHY 

68,900 FREEMAN, RUSSELL 

412,100 FREGEAU, DENNIS 

47,111 FRIZZELL, LEO 

113,400 FRIZZELL, MARION L 

128,300 FRIZZELL, MARION L 

100,700 FRIZZELL, ROBERT D 

117,800 FRIZZELL, SHARON (MAGUIRE) 



30,500 
49,700 
70,200 

15,200 

115,600 

30,400 

106,700 

12,300 

174,000 

150,100 

300 

85,200 

106,100 

89,900 

1,347,399 
1,980 

25,745 

13,700 

104,100 

5,800 

26,700 

19,800 

83,200 

93,700 

126,000 

127,479 

8,400 

58,835 

91,500 

149,300 

21,000 

30,000 

153,000 

10,200 

73,8oo 

82,300 

90,200 

142,200 

1,400 

90,200 

119,300 

117,600 

147,500 

13,205 

71,400 

6,233 

141,500 

110,800 

11,100 



66 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



FRIZZELL, SHARON (MAGUIRE) 
FRIZZELL, SHARON (MAGUIRE) 
FYSH, ESTATE OF EUGENE A 
FYSH, ROBERT 
GADWAH, ARTHUR D 
GADWAH, BRIAN S 
GADWAH, ESTATE OF BONNIE L 
GAGNE, JERRY L 
GAGNON, ALAN W 
GAGNON, CLARENCE 
GAGNON, CLARENCE 
GAGNON, EVELYN 
GAGNON, RISAP 
GAUDETTE, RUTH 
GAUDETTE, THOMAS 
GAUTHIER JR, ROBERT W 
GAYNOR, CATHLEEN 
GIBSON, JAMES R, SR 
GIGGEY, ESTATE OF LEATHA G 
GILBERT, RONALD J 
GILCRIS, KURT 
GILCRIS, MICHAEL 
GILCRIS, NADINE (KENNETT) 
GILCRIS, RACHELLE LYNN 
GILCRIS, RONALC 
GILCRIS, TRACY 
GILCRIS, TRACY 
GILCRIS, WAYNE 
GILCRIS, WAYNE 
GILMAN, THERESA M L 
GIROUARD, ARMAND 
GIROUARD, SHERI 
GLADUE, CHRISTINA K 
GLIDDEN, WILLIAM 
GLTNES, MURRAY A 
GLOVER, NATHAN J 
GONYER 2002 FAMILY TRUST 
GONYER, CASSANA L 
GONYER, JAMES M 
GONYER, JONATHAN 
GONYER, ROBERT CLYDE 
GONYER, ROBERT CLYDE 
GONYER, THOMAS 
GONYER, ZELDA 
GOODWIN, DANA 
GORHAM, MATTHEW 
GOULD, BETHANY 
GOULD, BETHANY 
GOULD, ESTATE OF JAY 



141,244 GOULET JR, AIME A 

1,600 GOULET JR, AIME A 

67,500 GOULET, BRIAN J 

9,100 GOULET, DAVID 

86,900 GOULET, DEBORAH JEAN 

128,700 GOULET, LOUIS L 

27,300 GOULET, MARK 

58,100 GOULET, TODD D 

96,400 GOULET, WAYNE 

39,100 GOULETTE, ARTHUR 

75,800 GRACIE, HEATHER J 

61,400 GRACIE, HEATHER J 

1,000 GRACIE, HEATHER J 

47,600 GRAHAM, WAYNE W 

58,600 GRANT, KAREN L 

123,100 GRANT, S. LEIGH 

5,800 GRAY, DANIEL L 

89,500 GRAY, GORDON 

63,700 GRAY, GORDON 

141,800 GRAY, GORDON 

101,100 GRAY, GORDON 

64,100 GRAY, GORDON 

17,400 GRAY, LAWRENCE 

198,200 G.R.EA.T. 

112,800 GREEN, EVELYN L 

24,400 GREENE, JAMIE J 

21,000 GREENE, WILLIAM C 

70,004 GREENE, WILLIAM C 

92,000 GREENE, WILLIAM C. 

118,400 GRENIER, DENNIS B 

106,500 GRIES, DANIEL 

135,700 GRIES, ELLEN 

64,800 GRIFFITH, ANTHONY W 

99,200 GRIMES, LISA (SIMONDS) 

117,400 GROLEAU, REAL 

69,600 GROPACO FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 

160,900 GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

4,674 GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

109,500 GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

100,300 GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

100,065 GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

72,581 GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

53,800 GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

56,621 GROVETON ACQUISITION 

38,900 GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

33,003 GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

160,194 GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

13,500 GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

38,300 GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 



125,216 

998 

90,100 

80,400 

32,900 

89,900 

147,200 

208,200 

90,100 

19,000 

106,898 

3,465 

1,378 

202,300 

103,500 

27,300 

89,800 

5,419 

10,792 

291,548 

86,000 

3,575 

212,500 

41,800 

40,900 

139,200 

158,200 

349,900 

96,800 

73,400 

110,560 

137,464 

65,700 

100,500 

119,200 

77,iOO 

14,300 

20,000 

13,500 

21,500 

30,000 

35,600 

13,100 

1,837,288 

12,800 

23,000 

28,000 

1,260,000 

100,300 



67 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

GROVETON ACQUISITION * 

GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

GROVETON ACQUISITION LLC 

GROVETON FISH & GAME CLUB 

GROVETON HOUSING CORP 

GROVETON PAPER BOARD 

GROVETON PAPER BOARD 

GROVETON PAPER BOARD 

GROVETON PAPER BOARD 

GROVETON PAPER BOARD 

GROVETON PAPER BOARD 

GROVETON PAPER BOARD 

GROVETON SPRING & TRUCKING 

GROVETON VILLAGE PRECINCT 

GUANGAJOAN 

GUAY, CLAUDE 

GUAY, DANNY L 

GUAY, DANNY L 

GUAY, MONIKA 

GUILDHALL, TOWN OF 

GUILE, LARRY A 

GUILE, LARRY A 

GUILE, LARRY A 

GUYETTE, LINDA 

GUYETTE, RENE L 

HAAS, JON T 

HAAS, JON T 

HAAS, JULIE M 

HALE, DONNA 

HALL, ADDISON 

HALL, ADDISON 

HALL, BLAINE 

HALL, BLAINE 

HALL, BLAINE 

HALL, BLAINE 

HALL, CLIFTON 

HALL, CLIFTON 

HALL, CLIFTON 

HAMILTON, DAVID H 

HAMILTON, DONALD 

HAMILTON, DREW H 

HAMILTON, SCOTT 

HAND, DANIEL 

HAND, DONALD W 

HAND, GERARD 

HAND, JAMIE 

HAND, KENNETH 



800 HAND, RANDY 

78,075 HANDLER, JOHN 

100 HAPGOOD, WALTER 

100 HARRISON, ANNA MARIE T 

26,400 HART TRUST, THE LILLIAN M 

41,940 HART, KATHLEEN M 

291,100 HART, KATHRYN 

37,500 HART. RICHARD D 

217,300 HART, ROBERT 

32,400 HARTLEN, DONALD 

1,696,200 HARTLEN, GARYZ 

139,300 HARVEY, CLAYTON R 

140,400 HASKTNS, TIMOTHY 

25,000 HAWES, NEVA 

79,600 HAWES, ROBERT D 

257,000 HAWES, WINSTON 

25,300 HAWKINS, CHRISTOPHER 

104,900 HAWKINS, CHRISTOPHER 

225,390 HAWKSLEY, LEE 

27,600 HAYEN, SALLY 

52,600 HAYEN, SALLY 

500 HAYEN-MILLER, JULIE 

123,900 HELMS 1993 REVOCABLE TRUST 

47,0O0 HELMS 1993 REVOCABLE TRUST 

40,600 HEON, RAYMOND 

108,700 HERSEY, JOHN R 

74,600 HERSOM, RUTH L 

104,800 HIBBARD, ALBERTA B 

65,100 HICKEY, BENJAMIN 

104,600 HICKEY, THOMAS K 

60,900 HIGGINS, SHERRY 

1,700 HIKEL 2003 FAMILY TRUST 

2,300 HILL, LORI (GILL) 

12,300 HOBART, KENNETH 

109,100 HODGE, STEVE 

25,300 HOLDEN.JOHN 

5,400 HOLDEN.JOHN 

76,100 HOLDEN, ROBERT D 

78,600 HOLMES JR 3 DAVID W 

70,600 HOLMES, ALLEN E 

131,800 HOLMES, ALLEN E 

87,000 HOLMES, CHRISTIAN 

103,100 HOPKINS, MICHAEL 

58,000 HOPPS, BEATRICE 

23,500 HOPPS, BEATRICE 

126,800 HOPPS, ELIAS E JR 

98,900 HOPPS, HAROLD 

100,400 HOPPS, JANICE 

28,900 HOPPS, KEITH 



43,ioo 

717 

69,700 

50,200 

100,200 

179,900 

120,600 

103,900 

202,900 

73,600 

104,900 

14,200 

82,700 

66,500 

126,100 

73,400 

41,589 
186,758 

77,700 

6,672 

108,800 

3,444 
11,100 
94,800 
44,600 
66,300 
128,600 
75,100 
83,100 
88,900 
15,200 

1,619 

72,700 

195,800 

52,200 

109,100 

4,728 

6,800 
111,900 
118,723 

1,824 
74,900 
72,100 
51,800 

6,8oo 
21,400 
82,400 
65,800 
61,500 



68 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



HOPPS, KERRY V 

HOPPS, KEVIN B 

HOPPS, KEVIN B 

HOPPS, LINDA KING 

HOULE, RICHARD W 

HOWSON.KIMA 

HOWSON.KIMA 

HUBERJR, GEORGES 

HUNT, ARTHUR D 

HUNT, PHILIP B SR 

HUNT, ROBERT E 

HUNTER, KIM 

HUNTINGTON, DAVID L JT TEN 

HUNTINGTON, NATHAN 

HUNTINGTON, SIDNEY 

HUNTOON (HAND), KAREN S 

HURLBERT JR, DARWIN B 

HURLBUTT, BRIAN C 

HURLBUTT, DAVID 

HUTCHINS, DAVID E 

HUTCHINSON REVOC TRUST, DONALD 

HUTCHINSON REVOC TRUST, DONALD 
HUTCHINSON, TASHA A 

HYSLOP, RUTH E 

HYSLOP, RUTH E 

IRVING, MICHAEL J 

IRVING, SHARON A 

JANEWAY, HAROLD W 

JANEWAY, HAROLD W 

JANVRIN,LLOYDA 

JARVIS, STEVEN M 

JEWELL, BRADLEY P 

JEWELL, JENNIE L 

JOHNSON IRREV TRUST, S & B 

JOHNSON, DAVID W 

JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER D 

JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER D 

JOHNSTON, DAVID 

JOHNSTON, DENISE D 

JONES, R ERIC 

JORDAN, ESTATE OF RUBERTA M 

JORDAN, ESTATE OF RUBERTA M 

JORDAN, ESTATE OF RUBERTA M 

JORDAN, KEVIN 

JORDAN, KEVIN J 

JOY, LESLIE 

JOY, LESLIE 

JOY, LESLIE 

JOY, LESLIE E 



62,00O JOY, NANCY 14,500 

97,500 JOY, NANCY P 18,200 

72,200 JOYCE, WILLIAM LJR 15,364 

92,600 JOYCE, WILLIAM LJR 4 

103,500 KAPRAUN, JOSEPH W 125,700 

2,189 KAPSON, ALLEN P 38,300 

130,361 KARL, WAYNE R 78,600 

168,410 KATZ, BRUCE 5,670 

109,600 KEDDY, BRUCE E 99,800 

21,000 KEDDY, DONNA C 129,600 

61,500 KEENAN & SON LLC, B.C. 61,700 

35,900 KEENAN, JOSEPH T 519 

14,300 KEENAN, JOSEPH T 1,360 

65,300 KEENAN, JOSEPH T 337,386 

17,400 KEENAN, JOSEPH T 1,675 

26,000 KEENAN, JOSEPH T 35,48o 

73,000 KEGELES, BERTHA 136,300 

91,500 KELLY, MICHAEL J 107,100 

123,800 KELLY, PATRICK W 140,300 

180,100 KENISONn, GEORGE M 203 

32,600 KENISON,DAN - 249 

81,900 KENISON, DONALD G JR 102,800 

8,100 KENISON, GREGORY E 13,300 

1,900 KENISON, MARY E 221,800 

36,600 KENISON, MICHAEL J 193,800 

135,900 KENISON, RUSSELL E 101,200 

122,500 KENISON, STEPHEN 185 

53,343 KENNETT, JOEL DAVID 82,000 

7,174 KENNETT, JOSEPH 100,600 

103,500 KENNEY, THOMAS W 61,500 

73,400 KIMBALL IRREVOC TRUST, RICHARD C 70,600 

100,800 KING, DANIEL W 106,500 

66,600 KING, DANIEL W lOO 

87,900 KING, JOHN 123,335 

88,200 KNAPP, MARY 98,773 

78,500 KONDZELA, MICHAEL A 53,ooo 

69,600 LABOSKY, ROBERT 208,100 

38,000 LABOUNTY, TIMOTHY 157,500 

71,900 LABRECQUE, BETHANY A 26,300 

3,782 LABRECQUE, GERARD 103,100 

49,900 LACASSE IRREVOC TRUST, RONALD & SALLY 146,600 

10,944 LACROLX, LEON J 66,300 

2,945 LADD, CARLM 110,500 

79,900 LAFLAMME, ROLAND H 86,900 

170,700 LAKIN, DEBRA (JAMESON) 116,500 

95,900 LAKIN, KEVIN J 68,500 

117,500 LAKIN, KEVIN J 12,500 

14,500 LAKIN, KEVIN J 12,500 

16,000 LAMBERT, STEPHAN G 125,400 



69 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



LANDRY, MATT 

LANGFORD, RICHARD M JR 

LANGKAU, JOSEPH JR 

LANGKAU, JOSEPH JR 

LANGLEY, DENNIS 

LANGLOIS, DAWNTE J 

LANGLOIS, DONALD 

LAROCHE, REGJNA 

LAROSE FAMILY TRUST, RITA 

LARSON, ROBERT H 

LAUZON, RICK 

LEAHY, MICHAEL J 

LEAHY, MICHAEL J 

LEAHY, MICHAEL J 

LEDGER, BELINDA M 

LEDGER, CYNTHIA 

LEDGER, GREGORY 

LEDONNE, HENRY 

LEDUCSR, THOMAS J 

LEIGH, JAYNEL 

LEIGH, LORE 

LEIGHTON, DALE 

LEIGHTON, JAMES A 

LEIGHTON, MARK 

LEIGHTON, OWEN R 

LEMIEUX, JOSEPH T 

LEMIEUX, STEVEN 

LEPINE, GERARD 

LEVESQUE, PAULA 

LEWIS, ARCHIE LJR 

LITTLEHALE, KEVIN 

LIVINGSTONE, ERIC SEEGER 

LOCKE, CHARLES L 

LONG MOUNTAIN ENTERPRISES RE 

LONG MOUNTAIN ENTERPRISES RE 

LONG MOUNTAIN ENTERPRISES RE 

LOST NATION NATURE PRESERVE 

LOST NATION NATURE PRESERVE 

LOST NATION NATURE PRESERVE 

LOST NATION NATURE PRESERVE 

LOST NATION NATURE PRESERVE 

LOST NATION NATURE PRESERVE 

LOTTERO, JAMES M 

LOTTERO, ROBERT 

LOTTERO, ROBERT 

LOTTERO, ROBERT 

LOTTERO-SOUZA, SHARYN J & EDI 

LOTTERO-SOUZA, SHARYN J & EDI 

LUFKTN, DANNY 



478 LUNDERVILLE, TINA (STANFORD) 

115,900 LUNN JR, GLENN J 

101,200 LURVEY JT TEN, ELEANOR L 

26,100 LYON, DAVID C 

13,800 MACDOW JOINT REVOCABLE TRUST 

74,800 MACGREGOR, LAURIE 

81,500 MACGREGOR LAURIE 

34,000 MACNEVINS, ANDREW J 

24,700 MACNEVINS, ANDREW J 

194,176 MAHONEY, PAUL J 

102,000 MAILHOT, GUY 

35,300 MAILHOT, MARK 

37,600 MALAS,CHARAYA 

28,200 MANCHESTER, SHIRLEY 

98,300 MAPLE SPEC NEEDS TRUST, CLIFFTON 

92,400 MARDIN, STEVEN R 

87,000 MARJNEAU, ARTHUR J 

103,800 MARSHALL, CAROL 

156,800 MARSHALL, GREGG R 

62,200 MARSHALL, HAROLD E JR 

7,100 MARSHALL, HAROLD E JR 

16,700 MARSHALL, HAROLD E JR 

91,200 MARSHALL, HAROLD E JR 

17,200 MARSHALL, JULIE A 

35,500 MARSHALL, KATHY ELAINE 

72,300 MARSHALL, LINDA L 

42,800 MARSHALL, RICHARD L 

108,400 MARSHALL, RICHARD L 

53,500 MARSHALL, RICHARD L 

78,800 MARSHALL, RICHARD L 

79,100 MARSHALL, STANLEY 

21,566 MARTIN, CHRISTOPHER 

14,200 MARTIN, JANET L ET AL 

108,800 MASON, BRYAN J 

96,300 MASON, COREY E 

77,400 MASON, PAUL E 

13,779 MASON, SANDRA 

7,699 MAY, ROGER 

6,886 MAYHEW, JOSEPHINE 

17,576 MAYHEW, MICHAEL, NEIL & ROGER 

412 MAYHEW, ROGER D 

2,143 MCCARTHY, DARREN L 

418 MCCORMACK KEVIN J 

7,024 MCCORMACK, KEVIN J 

10,957 MCCORMICK, ROBERT W 

560 MCDONOUGH, PATRICE 

353 MCKENZIE, BRUNO 

342 MCLAIN FAMILY TRUST 

80,000 MCLAIN, JULIE 



93^300 
111,700 
82,100 

110,825 

138,600 
78,100 
82,900 

125,900 

2,200 

33,800 

82,200 

148,970 
48,100 

112,200 
33,300 
30,300 
57,800 
22,700 
117,500 

124,200 

35,ioo 

2,466 

35,700 

68,200 

112,000 

123,300 

150,500 

111,300 

50,883 

1,700 

43,400 

124,300 

3,50i 

39,000 

193,213 
76,500 
103,300 
119,600 
183,400 
1,810 

1,424 

145,500 

4,500 

96,600 

56,200 

97,800 

55,600 

107,400 

159,800 



70 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



MCLAIN, REGINALD 
MCLAIN, WAYNE 
MCLAIN, WAYNE 
MCLAUGHLIN, PATRICK 
MCLEAN, EDWARD 
MCLEAN, EDWARD 
MCLEOD, JOHN D 
MCLEOD, NORMAN 
MCMANN, JUSTIN 
MCMANN, MICHAEL W 
MCMANN, MICHAEL W 
MCMANN, SAMANTHA (LAUNDRY) 
MCMANN, STEPHEN H 
MCMANN, STEPHEN H 
MCMANN, STEPHEN H 
MCMANN, WILSON B 
MCMINN, DANIELLE A 
MELLETT, EDWIN 
MENZIES, DOUGLAS 
MENZIES, DOUGLAS 
MENZIES, DOUGLAS 
MENZIES, DOUGLAS 
MENZIES, DOUGLAS 
MEROTH, DONALD E 
MERRILL, JUANITA 
MERROW, ALLAN L 
MERROW, ALLAN L 
MERROW, SCOTT 
METHODIST CHURCH 
MEUNIER TRUST, THE DAWN E 
MEUNIER, BRIAN 
MEUNIER, JOSHUA D 
MICHAUD, HECTOR J 
MILES, DAVID B 
MILES, HERBERT 
MILES, HERBERT 
MILES, HERBERT 
MILES, HERBERT 
MILLER, EVELYN 
MILLER, WILLIAM 
MOGOLLON, JORGE R 
MONAGHAN, KIM 
MONAHAN JR, RODNEY J 
MONAHAN, JEREMY 
MONROE, MICHAEL W 
MONTGOMERY, EUGENE P 
MONTGOMERY, EUGENE P 
MONTGOMERY, EUGENE P 
MOREAU, ERNEST 



96,700 MOREY, PETER 

85,900 MORGAN, THOMAS 

700 MORRILL, TRACEY E 

24,700 MORRIS, KIMBERLY 

221,100 MORRISON, JOSHUA D 

15,100 MORRISON, JOSHUA D 

109,700 MORRISON, ZANE G 

65,700 MORRISSETTE,ALANR 

176,400 MORSE, JAMES 

3,875 MORSE, WILBUR 

91,258 MORTENSEN, ERIC P 

89,200 MUNCE'S REAL ESTATE VENTURES 

30,500 MUNCE'S REAL ESTATE VENTURES 

27,400 MUNDELL, CYNTHIA 

157,400 MURPHY REALTY COMPANY INC. 

142 MURRAY, TAMERA A 

137,978 NAPLES, CARL B 

145,578 NAPLES, CARL B 

40 NARDUCCI, RICHARD 

105,147 NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE 

1,178 NATURE CONSERVANCY, THE 

282 NATURE CONSERVANCY, THE 

745 NELSON REVOC TRUST, RICHARD A 

27,700 NELSON, DOUG 

84,100 NELSON, DOUG 

1,800 NELSON, DOUG 

115,400 NELSON, DOUG 

128,700 NELSON, DOUG 

708,100 NELSON, DOUG 

116,700 NELSON, DOUG 

79,200 NELSON, DOUG 

72,700 NELSON, DOUG 

55,300 NELSON, DOUG 

82,600 NELSON, DOUG 

400 NELSON, DOUG 

78,300 NELSON, DOUG 

100,300 NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

400 NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

42,700 NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

61,400 NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

36,000 NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

109, 100 NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

11,800 NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

48,400 NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

90,300 NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

107,500 NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

105,200 NEWELL, ANITA (KTNGSLEY) 

22,500 NEWELL, ANITA (KINGSLEY) 

72,500 NEWTON REVOCABLE TRUST, ANNE 



109,100 

47,900 

119,642 

46,600 

106,900 

73,300 

57,900 

41,400 

46,500 

4,300 

134,800 

9,200 

205,500 

115,500 

352,800 

67,300 

62,800 

55,O0O 

14,200 

134,500 

2,353 

18,088 

3,no 

37,997 
223,000 

27,763 

109,500 

4,120 

5,236 

11,700 

13,064 

28,300 

26,800 

26,800 

353,728 

49,349 
73,900 

197,900 

287,100 
52,300 

585,400 
30,800 
65,500 
3,600 
36,800 
36,000 
12,800 
87,800 

148,862 



71 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



NEWTON REVOCABLE TRUST, ANNE 
NEWTON, BRIANS 
NEWTON, RAYMOND R 
NEWTON, WAYNE 
NILES, TERRY L 
NORMAND, JAMES J 
NORMAND/GONYER/NORMAND 
NORMANDEAU REVOCABLE TRUST 
NORMANDEAU, BARRY 
NORMANDEAU, ROLAND 
NORTHERN N E TELEPHONE OP LLC 
NORTHERN N E TELEPHONE OP LLC 
NORTHERN NE TELEPHONE OP LLC 
NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DIST 
NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DIST 
NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DIST 
NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DIST 
NORTHUMBERLAND SCHOOL DIST 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 



70 NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 

115,300 NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 

67,700 NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 

50,100 NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 

83,800 NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 

105,200 NORTHUMBERLAND, TOWN OF 

108,500 NORTHWAYBANK 

128,500 NOWAK,MARKE 

174,077 NOYES, NORMA 

75,200 O'BRIEN, KEVIN 

142,000 O'NEIL, DAVID J 

10,200 O'NEIL, PATRICK 

1,200 OAKES, BRUCE H 

94,700 OAKES, MARY 

3,867,800 OAKES, PHILIP 

1,055,600 OLSON, HAROLD 

35,100 ORDWAY, NEIL 

106,800 ORDZIE, THOMAS 

37,900 OSGOODE, WTNONA 

400 OSJ OF NORTHUMBERLAND, LLC 

18,500 OWNER UNKNOWN 

326,600 OWNER UNKNOWN 

311,800 PADULA, ELIZABETH 

167,000 PADULA, JOHN A 

39,300 PAGE HILL ROAD TRUST 

29,100 PAGE HILL ROAD TRUST 

26,300 PAQUETTE, ALCIDE 

25,000 PAQUETTE, CHRISTOPHER A 

60,000 PAQUETTE, DONALD 

34,400 PAQUETTE, JOSIER (MCKENZIE) 

72,200 PARADIS, JOANNE MARIE 

198,000 PARADIS, JOANNE MARIE 

27,200 PARADIS, RICHARD 

223,600 PARISEAU, GINETTE L 

52,000 PARKER, TRUDY ANN 

88,200 PARKS, JON WJR 

49,100 PARKS, ARTHUR L 

45,600 PARKS, JON W JR 

53,600 PARKS, JON W JR 

362,600 PARKS, TRAVIS J 

39,100 PARSONS REALTY COMPANY INC 

25,000 PASSUMPSIC SAVINGS BANK 

31,800 PATRICK, DOROTHY A 

82,400 PATRY, RICHARD R 

54,700 PEASLEE, JANICE 

89,700 PEEL, DEAN R 

121,700 PEEL, SUSAN G 

140,000 PEEL, THERESA 

57,900 PELLETIER, BRUCE 



11,600 
16,500 
26,300 
3,300 
42,000 
27,000 

276,300 
65,600 
36,100 
43,800 
37,200 
79,800 

146,800 
80,500 
93,900 

122,805 
57,000 

114,700 

42,100 

1,246,900 

1,000 

8,000 

38,600 

138,800 

28,000 

162,500 

95,ioo 

95,200 

137,200 

95,900 

83,700 

4,500 

106,600 

7,600 

25,000 

1,203 

85,400 

121,941 

2,967 

82,400 

262,800 

168,200 
81,700 
97,600 
63,200 
50,000 

110,200 
111,500 

180,200 



72 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



PELLETIER, KERRY 

PELLETIER, RANDALL D 

PENNOCK, STEPHEN R 

PENO, THOMAS W 

PEREZ, REINALDO 

PERKINS, DANA 

PERRASACEINC 

PERRAS LUMBER INC. 

PERRAS REALTY TRUST, THE 

PERRAS REVOC TRUST OF 1993 

PERRAS REVOCABLE TRUST 1993 

PERRAS SELF STORAGE LLC 

PERRAS SELF STORAGE LLC 

PERRAS, PAUL 

PERRAS, ROBERT F 

PERRAS, ROBERT F 

PERRAS, ROBERT F 

PERRAS, ROBERT JAMES 

PETERSEN, LORRAINE 

PETTY, JAMES R 

PHELPS, FREDERICK 

PHILLIPS, MICHAEL R 

PICO, BRIDGET A 

PIERCE, OTILLA J 

PIERRE, NOELLA 

FINDER, CHARLOTTE A 

PINETTE,ALANJ 

PINETTE, PHILIP 

PINETTE, ROBERT J 

PITTS, ARTHUR 

PIVIN, ROBERT A 

PLATT REVOCABLE TRUST, CORINNE 

PLATT, CLYDE 

PLATT, HADLEY 

PLATT, MARCEL E 

PLUNKETT, JOHN EDWARD 

PNGTS 

POrrZSCH, MARTIN E 

porrzscH, martin e 

POST, BARBARA E 

POTTER III, LINWOOD 

POTTER REVOCABLE TRUST, 1998 H 

POTTER REVOCABLE TRUST, 1998 H 

POTTER DAVID L 

POTTER, LEROY 

POTTER, RANDY R 

POWER HOUSE SYSTEMS 

PRATHERJOHNM 

PRESCOTT.AMIE 



99,300 PRIMA AMERICA CORPORATION 

90,700 PROSPER, BRUCE 

94,600 PUBLIC SERVICE CO. OF NH 

37,700 PYCHEVICZ, JOSEPH 

17,000 QUAY REVOC TRUST, THE ROBERT M 

94,600 QUAY REVOC TRUST, THE ROBERT M 

10,900 RAINVILLE, FREDERICK J 

39,408 RAMSAY, JOAN E 

1,870,823 RAMSAY, LOGAN 

91,200 RAMSDELL, RICHARD 

159,700 RAPS, PAUL 

113,600 RED DAM CONSERVATORY 

2,500 RED DAM CONSERVATORY 

108,700 RED DAM CONSERVATORY 

247,200 RED DAM CONSERVATORY LLC 

361 RED DAM CONSERVATORY LLC 

24 RED DAM CONSERVATORY LLC 

71,400 RED DAM CONSERVATORY LLC 

59,700 RED DAM CONSERVATORY LLC 

62,800 RED DAM CONSERVATORY LLC 

8,800 RED DAM CONSERVATORY LLC 

134,505 RED DAM CONSERVATORY LLC 

52,400 RED DAM CONSERVATORY LLC 

60,800 RED DAM CONSERVATORY LLC 

74,100 RED DAM CONSERVATORY LLC 

90,300 REED, MARGARET 

66,700 REILLY, RICHARD R 

16,400 REXFORD, GARY 

105,700 REYNOLDS, BARBARA 

158,388 REYNOLDS, BARBARA 

122,100 REYNOLDS, BRIAN K 

108,400 REYNOLDS, DANIEL 

109,200 REYNOLDS, DANIEL (JTROS) 

89,800 REYNOLDS, EUGENE 

80,200 REYNOLDS, NANCY CM 

85,637 REYNOLDS, ROBIN 

13,202,000 REYNOLDS, TOBY 

18,900 REYNOLDS, TRACY 

75,800 REYNOLDS, WILLIAM T 

60,000 RICE, CLAYTON A 

58,400 RICH, JOHN 

143 RICHARD JR, JOHN F 

17,876 RIDEOUT, JENNIFER C 

8,900 RIENDEAU, GEORGE 

98,100 RIENDEAU, MONA 

92,800 RIVERS, GARY H 

1,025,715 ROBBIN, JOHN E 

24,300 ROBERGE, ROLAND 

92,100 ROBINSON, CASSANDRA D 



1,518,500 

106,600 

11,016,800 

30,000 

817 

780 

123,100 

118,800 

113,200 

81,500 

402 

3,686 

44,500 

16,000 

282 

20,514 

16,173 

4,285 

1,805 

20,900 

21,600 
22,200 

12,209 
3,36o 
35,040 
39,100 
26,200 
67,200 

11,700 
96,000 
59,8oo 
37,300 
90,400 
109,300 
129,900 
111,500 

16,100 

11,500 

152,400 

99,400 

110,400 

91,300 

90,800 

95,8oo 

197,452 

82,800 

84,000 

87,600 

72,600 



73 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



ROBINSON, EDMUND 

ROBINSON, MARCIA 

ROBINSON, MARK 

ROBINSON, MAURICE 

ROBINSON, MICHAEL 

ROBINSON-COLLIER TINA 

ROBY, CATHY 

ROBY, FRANCIS E 

ROBY, ROBERT P 

ROBY, SCOTT A 

ROCHEFORT, RICHARD J 

ROCK, WENDELL E 

RODAS, LISANDRO 

RODDEN, VINCENT S 

RODRIGUE, DENIS G 

ROGERS TRUST, JOHN P 

ROGERS, R/LAPOINT S/STINSON P 

RONAN, JENNIFER J (JTROS) 

ROSSETTO, ALAN C 

ROUTHIER TRUST, THE BERNARD G. 

ROUTHIER TRUST, THE BERNARD G. 

ROUTHIER TRUST, THE BERNARD G. 

ROUTHIER, BERNARD 

ROUTHIER, BERNARD 

ROUTHIER, GERARD 

ROY, GORDON 
ROY, KEVIN E 
ROY, KEVIN E 
ROY,OMERJ 
ROY, WILFRED 
RUCH, CARRIE D 
RUCH.KARLL 
RUSKOWSKI, DEBORAH L 
RUSS-STROUT, DORIS L 
RUSSELL, KELLY G 
RYAN, JOHN 
SANBORN, JAMES 
SANBORN, JAMES 
SANSOUCY TRUST, GEORGE E 
SANSOUCY TRUST, GEORGE E 
SARGENT, RITA 
SAVAGE JR, DANIEL A 
SAVAGE JR, JEFFREY 
SAVAGE JR, JEFFREY 
SAVAGE SR DANIEL A 
SAVAGE, CHESTER C JR 
SAVAGE, CHESTER C JR 
SAVAGE, CHESTER C JR 
SAVAGE, CHESTER C JR 



116,300 SAVAGE, CHESTER C JR 

42,900 SAVAGE, JAMES 

134,564 SAVAGE, JAMES 

100,700 SAVAGE, JEFFREY 

27,200 SAVAGE, KEITH 

81,600 SAVAGE, SHARON L 

10,100 SAVAGE, TIMOTHY 

71,400 SAVAGE, TIMOTHY 

68,100 SAWYER HOLLIS H 

28,800 SAWYER, KARL 

129,300 SAWYER, SHIRLEY J 

22,000 SAWYER, SHIRLEY J 

36,800 SCHAFERMEYER ANDREW T 

67,400 SCHUTT, BRIAN 

3,208 SCHUTT, BRIAN 

29,995 SEGUIN, DENIS R 

112,900 SEIFERT, KARRIANN S 

82,500 SHALLOW RIVER PROP. INC. 

219,200 SHANNON BISSONNETTE, ERIN M 

7,005 SHANNON, BRADLEY 

66,573 SHANNON, FRED 

13,720 SHANNON, IVAN 

56,190 SHANNON, KATHYANN 

20,000 SHANNON, SYLVIA M 

142,900 SHEDD, BRIAN J 

85,900 SHEEHAN, JOHN F 

73,500 SHELTRY, ESTATE OF MARGARET E 

285,600 SHEPARD, CHRISTOPHER F 

52,300 SHOFF, EVELYN 

50,600 SHORES, JOHN C 

120,800 SHOSA, JEREMY A 

163,600 SHUFELT FAMILY TRUST 

127,900 SHUFELT JR EDWARD D 

110,500 SIMINO JR, MICHAEL A 

51,400 SIMONDS IRREVOC TRUST, A & L 

8,400 SIMPSON JT TEN, JOSHUA 

7,300 SIMPSON, DEBORAH A 

83,400 SINGER, GAIL 

47,713 SKERRY, MICHAEL P 

8,690 SKOUSEN, DANIEL 

80,300 SLOCUM, PHILIP H 

47,200 SMITH JR MERLE 

2,655 SMITH, CARILYN J 

500 SMITH, ESTATE OF VERA 

103,100 SMITH, LORRAINE 

107 SMITH, LORRAINE 

357 SMITH, LORRAINE 

416 SMITH, ROBERT P 

566 SNELL, ROBERTA 



174 

93,8oo 

3,742 

70,600 

61,700 

59,ooo 

116,100 

38,701 

73,900 

25,200 

84,300 

400 

93,ioo 

150,700 

13,400 

125,300 

2,288 

134,100 

19,800 

6,100 

41,900 

94,800 

60,700 

77,400 

59,100 

102,500 

114,800 

157,638 

110,500 

66,947 

142,000 

59,400 

87,800 

116,400 

i37,6oo 

71,300 

87,700 

5,000 

28,900 

61,800 

43,200 

33,8oo 

123,600 

75,400 

102,600 

3,500 

2,740 

113,300 

144,025 



74 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



SOUZA, THOMAS G 

SPENCER, DAVID L 

SPOTTISWOOD, KEVIN 

SPRAGUE, ESTATE OF GEORGE 

ST CYR, NICHOLAS 

ST CYR, RICHARD 

ST CYR, RYAN M 

ST FRANCIS XAVIER 

ST FRANCIS XAVTER 

ST LAURENT, JAMES 

ST LAWRENCE & ATLANTIC RR 

ST LAWRENCE & ATLANTIC RR CO 

ST MARKS VESTRY 

ST ONGE, MICHAEL 

ST ONGE, MICHAEL & KATHY A 

ST TIMOTHY'S CHURCH 

STANSBURY.JILLE 

STEVENS, BRIAN 

STEWART FAMILY TRUST, WM & JOA 

STEWART FAMILY TRUST, WM & JOA 

STEWART FAMILY TRUST, WM & JOA 

STILES SR TRUST, THE ROBERT 

STINSON, BENJAMIN 

STTNSON,COREYA 

STINSON, ROBERT 

STOCKWELL, TYSON 

STOCKWELL, TYSON 

STONE, SEATON 

STONE, SYLVIA 

STONE, WALTER A 

STRONG, DANAF 

STRONG, KENNETH F 

STUART, JAY 

STYLES, DAEGAN 

STYLES, MARK W 

STYLES, PEARL I 

SULLIVAN IRREVOCABLE TRUST, JO 

SULLIVAN IRREVOCABLE TRUST, JO 

SULLIVAN, ROBERT J 

SUMMERFORD, TAMMY R 

SUTHERLAND, TIMOTHY W 

SWEATT (ASH), MARION 

SWEATT, DEAN O 

SWIFT, MICHAEL P 

SWIFT, SYLVIA M 

SYRIAC IRREVOC TRUST OF 1992 

SZURLEY,JOHN 

SZURLEY, JUDITH A 

TAGUE, KELI 



65,800 TANGUAY, MICHAEL J 

117,900 TANGUAY, MICHAEL J 

79,800 TAYLOR, FREDERICK 

4,624 TAYLOR, JOHN M 

73,400 TAYLOR, RICHARD L 

100,400 TELLMAN, DAVID W 

117,100 TERRY, KEVIN 

541,800 TERRY, KEVIN 

469,900 TETREAULT (GRAY), SANDRA 

162,010 TETREAULT (GRAY), SANDRA 

27,300 TETREAULT, DAVID R 

281,300 TETREAULT, DORIS T 

434,500 TETREAULT, JAMES ALAN 

89,100 TETREAULT, OLIVA J 

134,500 TETU, CHARLES JR 

109,200 THEBERGE,RICKYA 

11,913 THERIAULT.ARLENEED 

26,300 THOMPSON, WENDA D 

121,000 TIERNEY JR JAMES W 

116,200 TILLEY, ANITA 

84,600 TTLLEY, ANITA 

83,900 TILTON, ARNOLD 

148,600 TILTON, BRIAN S 

93,400 TILTON, CHANNIE 

94,100 TILTON, CHANNIE 

30,100 TILTON, STEPHEN 

106,400 TIPPnT.GLENE 

33,700 TISDALE, CECIL 

87,400 TORREYJR, STEPHEN A 

119,800 TOWNE, SHELDON E 

126,300 TREAMER, WALTER W 

51,000 TREMAIN LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

29,700 TRIPP, DONALD J 

89,200 TWIN RIVERS CORPORATION 

106,900 TYLER, ARLAND 

91,000 TYLER, JIMMY 

101,100 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

3,300 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

393 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

23,300 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

137,200 UNKNOWN OWNER 

129,200 VIGER GERARD 

51,200 VIKE, RICHARD J 

58,600 VIKE, RICHARD J 

99,3O0 VIKE, RICHARD J 

75,861 VIKE, RICHARD J 

64,600 WAGNER, ADELENE 

20,300 WALKER WILLIAM 

45,200 WALL, THOMAS J 



2,834 

1,125 
94,700 

22,900 

147,393 
6,326 

424 

367 

136,900 

16,200 
188400 
106,400 

94,600 
146,500 

82,000 
207,000 

76,900 

73,900 
165,700 

110,200 
48,200 

84,500 

101,778 

39,500 

125,900 

180,963 

34,000 

93,600 

215,500 

26,300 

52,900 

616,700 

63,600 

12,300 

65,600 

108,300 

174,600 

206,400 

24,900 

79,200 

12,500 

108,428 

2,832 
212,723 

1,015 

1,553 

86,000 

381 

27,100 



75 



PROPERTY VALUATIONS 

(CURRENT USE VALUE REFLECTED WHERE APPLICABLE) 



WARD, DAVID 

WARD, ESTATE OF DEBORAH 

WARNER CABLE COMM. INC. 

WATSON, GARY R 

WATSON, RICHARD P 

WATSON, RICHARD P 

WEAGLE JT TEN, BARBARA 

WEBSTER REVOC TRUST, R.J. & P. 

WEEKS HOSPITAL ASSOC. 

WEEKS HOSPITAL ASSOC. 

WEEKS, DEBORAH M 

WEEKS, DEBORAH M 

WEEMAN, ROBERT 

WELCH, BERNARD F 

WELCH, J. MERLYN 

WEMYSS JR REVOC. TRUST, JAMES 

WEMYSS JR REVOC. TRUST, JAMES 

WEMYSS JR REVOC. TRUST, JAMES 

WEMYSS, JAMES C JR 

WENTWORTH, GARY L 

WHEELOCK FAMILY TRUST 

WHEELOCK(TRUST)/HAAS/CHESSMAN/MA 

WHEELOCK, CHRISTOPHER C 

WHEELOCK, PATRICK 

WHITE FAMILY TRUST 

WHITE FAMILY TRUST 

WHITE, CASSANDRA A 

WHITE, MINNIE 

WHITE, WADE P 

WHITING III, LEONARD E 

WHITING JESSICA 

WHITING, NORMAN 

WHITNEY, ALAN 

WILD RIVER CORP. 

WILD RIVER CORP. 

WILD RIVER CORP. 

TOTAL VALUES BEFORE EXEMPTIONS 



72,600 


WILES, KATHYC 


24,800 


7,900 


WILES, KATHYC 


2,474 


20,100 


WILES, KATHYC 


17,800 


86,900 


WILES, KATHYC 


116,100 


110,000 


WILES, KATHYC 


19,690 


15,400 


WILES/CURRIER/CURRIER 


92,600 


70,000 


WILKINSON REVOCABLE TRUST 1997 


144,500 


92,300 


WILSON, LEO W 


98,200 


20,000 


WILSON, PAUL E 


96,300 


396,300 


WILSON, RICHARD W JR 


96,800 


98,800 


WILSON, RICHARD W JR 


12,300 


69,600 


WINN, GERALD 


105,300 


28,300 


WINN, MICHELLE 


18,400 


76,800 


WOODWARD REVOC TRUST, VIVIANE 


124,200 


113,400 


WOODWARD, ERIC J 


165,400 


573,676 


WOODWARD, MICHAEL J 


94,ioo 


366,000 


WOODWARD, TIMOTHY 


109,800 


10,600 


WOODWORTH , MATTHEW EDWARD 


64,700 


27,300 


WOODWORTH, JONATHAN T 


14,400 


796 


WOODWORTH, MATTHEW EDWARD 


10,200 


133,900 


WOODWORTH, WESLEY 


5,600 


104,600 


WOTTON, MARIE S 


4,932 


102,100 


WRIGHT, DAVID 


26,200 


179,500 


WRIGHT, STANLEY 


46,800 


119,000 


WYNN SR, RUSSELL G & FRANCES C 


77,600 


15,000 


YELLE,MARKJ 


199,400 


79,000 


YORK, ESTATE OF REX E 


107,500 


100,500 


YOUNG, ARLENEE 


67,600 


57,800 


YOUNG, DANIEL W 


133,400 


107,400 


YOUNG, DONALD 


61,000 


112,700 


YOUNG, FAYE 


69,700 


86,800 


YOUNG, KEITH B 


87,500 


84,000 


YOUNG, THOMAS J 


79,100 


30,000 


YOUNG, THOMAS J 


88,700 


115,563 


YOUNG, THOMAS J 


117,300 


2,408 




134,860,800 



ASSESSING ASSISTANT'S NOTE: The values listed here do not reflect the following deductions in value 
taken prior to taxation (property tax billing): 



* Pollution Control Exemptions 
Blind Exemptions (7) 
Elderly Exemptions (24) 



(Groveton Acquisition WWT Plant & Lagoons) 



1,885,000 
105,000 
336,800 



TOTAL VALUE USED FOR TOWN TAX RATE: 



132,534,000 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 
SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION 
FORM MS-1 FOR 2010 

Municipal Services Division 

PO BOX 487, Concord. NH 03302-0487 Phone (603) 271-2687 

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NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 
SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION 
FORM MS-1 FOR 2010 



2010 



LAND 



BUILDINGS 



Lines 1 A, B, C, D, E, F & G List all improved and unimproved land 

- include wells, septic & paving. 

Lines 2 A, B, C, D & E List all buildings. 



NUMBER 

OF 
ACRES 



2010 

ASSESSED VALUATION 

BY CITY/TOWN 



1 VALUE OF LAND ONLY - Exclude Amount Listed in Lines 3A, 3B and 4 

A Current Use (At Current Use Values) RSA 79-A (See page 10) 



17,213.40 



1,272,242 



B Conservation Restriction Assessment (At Current Use Values) RSA 79-B 



51.90 



11,678 



C Discretionary Easement RSA 79-C 



D Discretionary Preservation Easement RSA 79-D 



E Taxation of Farm Structures & Land Under Farm Structures RSA 79-F 



F Residential Land (Improved and Unimproved Land) 



1,191.62 



23,227,900 



G Commercial/Industrial Land (Do Not include Utility Land) 



269.45 



3,691,500 



H Total of Taxable Land (Sum of Lines 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F and 1G) 



18,726.37 



28,203,320 



I Tax Exempt & Non-Taxable Land 



3,853.94 



2 VALUE OF BUILDINGS ONLY - Exclude Amounts Listed on Lines 3A and 3B 

A Residential 



4,278,200 



61,082,400 



B Manufactured Housing as defined in RSA 674:31 



4,618,200 



C Commercial/Industrial (DO NOT Include Utility Buildings) 



16,702,600 



D Discretionary Preservation Easement RSA 79-D 



Number of Structures 



E Taxation of Farm Structures & Land Under Farm Structures RSA 79-F # of Structures 



F Total of Taxable Buildings (Sum of lines 2A, 2B, 20, 2D and 2E) 



82,403,200 



G Tax Exempt & Non-Taxable Buildings 



10,435,215 



3 UTILITIES (see RSA 83-F:1 V for complete definition) 

A Utilities (Real estate/buildings/structures/machinery/dynamos/apparatus/polesAvires/fixtures of all kinds and 
descriptions/pipelines eta.) 



24,254,280 



B Other Utilities (Total of Section B from Utility Summary) 



4 MATURE WOOD and TIMBER RSA 79:5 



5 VALUATION BEFORE EXEMPTIONS (Total of Lines 1H, 2F, 3A, 3B and 4) 
This figure represents the gross sum of all taxable property in your municipality. 



134,860,800 



6 Certain Disabled Veterans RSA 72:36-a Totai # granted 

(Paraplegic & Double Amputees Owning Specially Adapted Homesteads with V.A. Assistance) 



7 Improvements to Assist the Deaf RSA 72:38-b V 



Total # granted 



8 Improvements to Assist Persons with Disabilities RSA 72:37-a 



Total # granted 



9 School Dining/Dormitory/Kitchen Exemption RSA 72:23 IV 
(Standard Exemption Up To $150,000 maximum for each) 



Totai # granted 



10 Water and Air Pollution Control Exemptions RSA 72.12-a 



Total # granted 



4 



1,885,000 



11 MODIFIED ASSESSED VALUATION OF ALL PROPERTIES 

This figure will be used for calculating the total equalized value 



(Line 5 minus Lines 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10) 
for your municipality. 



132,975,800 



12 Blind Exemption RSA 72:37 



Total # granted 
Amount granted per exemption 



15,000 



105,000 



13 Elderly Exemption RSA 72:39-a & b 



Total # granted 



24 



336,800 



14 Deaf Exemption RSA 72:38-b 



Total # granted 
Amount granted per exemption 



15 Disabled Exemption RSA 72:37-b 



Total # granted 
Amount granted per exemption 



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16 Wood-Heating Energy Systems Exemption RSA 72:70 Total # Granted 






17 Solar Energy Exemption RSA 72:62 Total # granted 






18 Wind Powered Energy Systems Exemption RSA 72:66 Total # 9 ranted 






19 Additional School Dining/Dormitory/Kitchen Exemptions RSA 72:23 IV Total # 9 r a nted 






20 TOTAL DOLLAR AMOUNT OF EXEMPTIONS (Sum of Lines 12-19) 


441,800 


21 NET VALUATION ON WHICH THE TAX RATE FOR MUNICIPAL, COUNTY & LOCAL 
EDUCATION TAX IS COMPUTED (Line 1 1 minus Line 20) 


132,534,000 


22 Less Utilities (Line 3A) Do NOT include the value of OTHER utilities listed in Line 3B. 


24,254,280 


23 NET VALUATION WITHOUT UTILITIES ON WHICH TAX RATE FOR STATE EDUCATION TAX IS 
COMPUTED (Line 21 minus Line 22) 


108,279,720 



Additional notes (example: update, reval, changes to exemptions, mapping, increases to value, decreases to value, etc.) 

•One property is assessed at 6800-maximum exemption is 6800 (Elderly Exemptions-Page 5) 

"Revitalization Tax Relief Incentive-RSA 79-E was adopted at the 3-1 1-08 Town Meeting-Article 25 on the Warrant. As of this date requests 
have been approved for tax relief incentive (Page 5) 






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UTILITY SUMMARY: ELECTRIC, HYDROELECTRIC, RENEWABLE-MISC, NUCLEAR, GAS/PIPELINE, WATER & SEWER 

List by individual company/legal entity the valuation of operating plants employed in the production, distribution, and transmission of electricity, gas 
pipeline, water and petroleum products. IncludeONLY the names of the companies listed on the Instruction Sheets. (See instructions page 11) 


WHO APPRAISES AND ESTABLISHES THE UTILITY VALUE IN YOUR MUNICIPALITY? George Sansoucy - Commerford Neider & Perkins 


DOES YOUR MUNICIPALITY USE THE DRA UTILITY VALUES? YES f '"' j NO | x | 
IF YES. DO YOU EQUALIZE IT BY THE RATIO? (please check appropriate box, if applicable) YES I 1 NO 


SECTION A: LIST ELECTRIC COMPANIES: 

(Attach additional sheet if needed.) (See instructions page 1 1) 


2010 
VALUATION 


Keenan, Joseph T. 


35,480 


Public Service Company of New Hampshire 


11,016,800 






















A1 TOTAL OF ALL ELECTRIC COMPANIES LISTED IN THIS SECTION: 

(See instructions page 1 1 for the names of the limited number of companies} 


11,052,280 


GAS COMPANIES 


PNGTS 


13,202,000 










A2 TOTAL OF ALL GAS COMPANIES LISTED: 

(See instructions page 1 1 for the names of the limited number of companies) 


13,202,000 


WATER & SEWER COMPANIES 














A3 TOTAL OF ALL WATER & SEWER COMPANIES LISTED: 

(See page 1 1 for the names of the limited number of companies) 




GRAND TOTAL VALUATION OF ALL A UTILITY COMPANIES(Sum of Lines A1, A2 AND A3). 
This grand total of all sections must agree with the total listed on page 2, Line 3A, 


24,254,280 


SECTION B: LIST OTHER UTILITY COMPANIES (Exclude telephone companies): 

(Attach additional sheet if needed.) 


2010 
VALUATION 














TOTAL OF ALL OTHER COMPANIES LISTED IN THIS SECTION B: 

Total must agree with total on page 2, line 3B. 





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2010 



TAX CREDITS 


LIMITS 


♦NUMBER OF 
INDIVIDUALS 


ESTIMATED TAX CREDITS 


RSA 72:28 Veterans' Tax Credit / Optional Veterans' Tax Credit 


100 


138 


13,800 


$50 Standard Credit 

$51 up to $500 upon adoption by city or town 


RSA 72:29-a Surviving Spouse 


700 






"The surviving spouse of any person who was killed or died while on 

active duty in the armed forces of the United States..." 

$700 Standard Credit 

$701 up to $2,000 upon adoption by city or town 


RSA 72:35 Tax Credit for Service-Connected Total Disability 


700 


5 


3,500 


"Any person who has been honorably discharged from the military 
service of the United States and who has total and permanent service- 
connected disability, or who is a double amputee or paraplegic because 
of service-connected injury...." 
$700 Standard Credit 
$701 up to $2,000 upon adoption by city or town 


TOTAL NUMBER AND AMOUNT 

* If both husband and/or wife qualify for the credi!, they count as 2. 

•If somene is living at a residence such as brother & sister, and one qualifies, count as 1 , not one-half. 


143 


17,300 





DISABLED EXEMPTION REPORT - RSA 72:37-b 




INCOME LIMITS: 


SINGLE 
MARRIED 




ASSET LIMITS: 


SINGLE 
MARRIED 









DEAF EXEMPTION REPORT - RSA 72:38-b 


INCOME LIMITS: SiNGL£ 

MARRIED 




ASSET LIMITS: SINGLE 

MARRIED 









ELDERLY EXEMPTION REPORT - RSA 72:39-a 


NUMBER OF FIF 
GRANTED ELDE 


!ST TIME FILERS 
RLY EXEMPTION 
URRENT YEAR 


PER AGE CATEGORY 


TOTAL NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS GRANTED AN ELDERLY EXEMPTION FOR 
THE CURRENT YEAR & TOTAL AMOUNT OF EXEMPTIONS GRANTED 


FOR C 


AGE 


# 


AMOUNT PER INDIVIDUAL 


AGE 


# 


MAXIMUM 
ALLOWABLE 
EXEMPTION 

AMOUNT 


TOTAL ACTUAL 

EXEMPTION 

AMOUNT 


65-74 


4 


10,000 


65-74 


10 , 


100,000 


100,000 


75-79 


1 


15,000 


75-79 


6 , 


90,000 


90,000 


80+ 


1 


20,000 


80+ 


8 , 


146,800 


146,800 




TOTAL 


24 




336,800 


INCOME LIMITS: S|NQLE 


15,000 


ASSET LIMITS: S)NGLE 


35,000 






MARRIED 


25,000 






MARRIED 


35,000 



ADOPTED: 



YES 



COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION TAX RELIEF INCENTIVE ■ RSA 79-E 



NO 



NUMBER ADOPTED 



#* 



^T (fete ©A, xi&vL* 2> 



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2010 



CURRENT USE REPORT - RSA 79-A 




TOTAL NUMBER 

ACRES RECEIVING 

CURRENT USE 


ASSESSED 
VALUATION 


OTHER CURRENT USE STATISTICS 


TOTAL NUMBER OF 
ACRES 


FARM LAND 


1.652.12 


377,354 


RECEIVING 20% RECREATION ADJUSTMENT 


7,618.53 


FOREST LAND 


8,154.15 


661,775 


REMOVED FROM CURRENT USE DURING 
CURRENT TAX YEAR if-i|«0^ - 3' <M ' lO 


13.27 


FOREST LAND WITH 

DOCUMENTED 

STEWARDSHIP 


6,156.85 


209,287 




UNPRODUCTIVE 
LAND 


637.77 


12,123 






f ;-' ;: ""■' "'i.ti-'-'.'i'. '■'•>': > . ■' ■ "' ' .,'*.'•'.-">'' V.-?->--' V- ;Vv??- ~-- : . 


TOTAL NUMBER 


WETLAND 


612.51 


11,703 


TOTAL NUMBER OF OWNERS IN CURRENT USE 


163 


TOTAL 

(must match page 2) 


17,213.40 


1,272,242 


TOTAL NUMBER OF PARCELS IN CURRENT USE 


328 



LAND USE CHANGE TAX 



GROSS MONIES RECEIVED FOR CALENDAR YEAR (JAN. 1, 2009 THRU DEC. 31, 2009). 



4,400 



'4 



CONSERVATION 
ALLOCATION: 



PERCENTAGE 



0.0% 



AND/OR 



DOLLAR AMOUNT 



MONIES TO CONSERVATION FUND 



MONIES TO GENERAL FUND 



Hffpo 



ip. 



CONSERVATION RESTRICTION ASSESSMENT REPORT - RSA 79-B 




TOTAL NUMBER 

ACRES RECEIVING 

CONSERVATION 


ASSESSED 
VALUATION 


OTHER CONSERVATION RESTRICTION 
ASSESSMENT STATISTICS 


TOTAL NUMBER OF 
ACRES 


FARM LAND 


51.90 


11,678 


RECEIVING 20% RECREATION ADJUSTMENT 




FOREST LAND 






REMOVED FROM CONSERVATION RESTRICTION 
DURING CURRENT YEAR 




FOREST LAND WITH 

DOCUMENTED 

STEWARDSHIP 








UNPRODUCTIVE 
LAND 






^."" 1 1;** ' • - -,~ ' '---' '■? aT; " ' '■ -* ■*'. .«':"■ ;'} ", ' tv> -, -•!*" v **", i. " 'vX\i*L .1 : 


".: ■.. i*- ' ' " v .'" .'' *° ■■» * 


.iv .-'. ',,/?----. ■ * ■' ~^-,-x~~_ ■: • „* • • ~. $ >~ „-,, \,J ' ■•„•■ J..'' r> ■'*£■=,/'. 


TOTAL NUMBER 


WETLAND 






TOTAL NUMBER OF OWNERS IN CONSERVATION 
RESTRICTION 


1 


TOTAL 


51.90 


11,678 


TOTAL NUMBER OF PARCELS IN CONSERVATION 
RESTRICTION 


2 



DISCRETIONARY EASEMENTS - RSA 79-C 


TOTAL NUMBER OF ACRES IN 
DISCRETIONARY EASEMENTS 


TOTAL NUMBER OF OWNERS GRANTED 
DISCRETIONARY EASEMENTS 


DESCRIPTION OF DISCRETIONARY 

EASEMENTS GRANTED: 

(i.e.: Golf Course, Ball Park, Race Track, etc.) 








ASSESSED VALUATION 


; #- i^b:?^ ££;-..# £*/■ C '.''".:^ Jiw---. >0£* 










4 **(. : ' e %ii .'"',■-'• .-■: S -,«-'*'---' .-ff^s.V.v.'CV.'- »■*«•, '■'■-.v.Vil-, 





TAXATION OF FARM STRUCTURES & LAND UNDER FARM STRUCTURES - RSA 79-F 


TOTAL NUMBER 
GRANTED 


TOTAL NUMBER OF 
STRUCTURES 


TOTAL NUMBER OF 
ACRES 


ASSESSED 
VALUATION LAND 


ASSESSED VALUATION STRUCTURES 













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2010 



DISCRETIONARY PRESERVATION EASEMENTS - RSA 79-D 
Historic Agricultural Structures 


TOTAL NUMBER OF STRUCTURES IN 

DISCRETIONARY PRESERVATION 

EASEMENTS 


DESCRIPTION OF DISCRETIONARY PRESERVATION EASEMENTS GRANTED: 

(i.e.; Bams, Silos etc.) 
MAP & LOT - PERCENTAGE GRANTED 








TOTAL NUMBER OF ACRES 












ASSESSED VALUATION 


















TOTAL NUMBER OF OWNERS 



























TAX INCREMENT FINANCING DISTRICTS 

RSA 162-K 

(See Tax Increment Finance Dist Tab for instructions) 










Date of Adoption\Modification 










A Original assessed value 










B + Unretained captured assessed value 










C - Amounts used on page 2 (for tax rate purposes) 










D + Retained captured assessed value (*6e sure to manually 
add this figure when running your warrant) 










E Current assessed value 











LIST REVENUES RECEIVED FROM 
PAYMENTS IN LiEU OF TAX 

Amounts listed below should not be included in assessed 
valuation column on page 2. 


MUNICIPALITY 


LIST SOURCE(S) OF PAYMENT 
In Lieu of Taxes 


i ' ■£;.. -^m^^f^T^'^dii 3 %;0££&?s%-z; ft-:- >'. '■ *?'-. <-;•?'-■ 4^ • ■>k'S'1i^^ -•>?' m ■"" W. 


Number of Acres 




State & Federal Forest Land, Recreation, and/or Flood Control 
Land from MS-4, acct. 3356 & 3357. 




1,979.00 


White Mountain National Forest, Only acct. 3186. 




661.72 


Other from MS-4, acct 3186 


4,500 


Groveton Housing (AHEAD CORP.) 


Other from MS-4, acct. 3186 


6,500 


Power House System (Greg Cloutier & William Allin) 


Other from MS-4, acct 3186 






Other from MS-4, acct 3186 






Other from MS-4, acct 3186 






Other from MS-4, acct. 3186 






Other from MS-4, acct 3186 


, 




Other from MS-4, acct. 3186 






TOTALS of account 3186 (Exclude WMNF) 


1 1 ,000 





* RSA 362-A:6 was reinstated, effective 4/1/2006. This statute allows municipalities to enter into payment in lieu of tax agreements with small scale 
power facilities. However, these new PILOT agreements are also taxable under RSA 83-F. 

Questions regarding these laws please consult with the DRA Utility Tax Appraiser at (603) 271-2687. 



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2010 



VILLAGE DISTRICT/PRECINCT ONLY 



LAND 
BUILDINGS 


Lines 1 A, B, C, D, E, F & G List ail improved and unimproved land 

- include wells, septic & paving. 

Lines 2 A, B, C, D & E List all buildings. 


NUMBER 

OF 
ACRES 


2010 

ASSESSED VALUATION 

BY CITY/TOWN 


1 VALUE OF LAND ONLY - Exclude Amount Listed in Lines 3A, 3B and 4 
A Current Use (At Current Use Values) RSA 79-A (See page 1 0) 


17,213.40 


1,272,242 


B Conservation Restriction Assessment (At Current Use Values) RSA 79-B 


51.90 


11,678 


C Discretionary Easement RSA 79-C 




i 


D Discretionary Preservation Easement RSA 79-D 




i 


E Taxation of Farm Structures & land Under Farm Structures RSA 79-F 




i 


F Residential Land (Improved and Unimproved Land) 


1,191.62 


23,227,900, 


G Commercial/Industrial Land (Do Not include Utility Land) 


269.45 


3,691,500 


H Total of Taxable Land (Sum of Lines 1 A, 1B, 1C, 10. 1E, 1Fand 1G) 


18.726.37 


28,203.320 


i Tax Exempt & Non-Taxable Land 


3.853.94 


4,278,200 


2 VALUE OF BUILDINGS ONLY -Exclude Amounts Listed on Lines 3A, and 3B 

A Residential 


61,082,400 


B Manufactured Housing as defined in RSA 674:31 


4,618,200 


C Commercial/Industrial (DO NOT Include Utility Buildings) 


16,702,600 


D Discretionary Preservation Easement RSA 79-D Number of Structures 






E Taxation of Farm Structures & Land Under Farm Structures RSA 79-F # of Structures 






F Total of Taxable Buildings (Sum of lines 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D and 2E) 


82,403,200 


G Tax Exempt & Non-Taxable Buildings 


10,435,215 


3 UTILITIES (see RSA 83-F:1 V for complete definition) within district 

A Utilities (Real estate/buildings/structures/machinery/dynamos/apparatus/poles/wires/fixtures of ali kinds and 
descriptions/oipeiines etc 


24,254,280 


B Other Utilities (Total of Section B from Utility Summary) 


I 


4 MATURE WOOD and TIMBER RSA 79:5 




5 VALUATION BEFORE EXEMPTIONS (Total of Lines 1 H. 2F, 3A, 3B and 4) 

This figure represents the gross sum of all taxable property in your municipality. 


134,860,800 


6 Certain Disabled Veterans RSA 72:36-a Totai * granted 
(Paraplegic & Double Amputees Owning Specially Adapted Homesteads with V.A. Assistance) 






7 Improvements to Assist the Deaf RSA 72:38-b V Totai # aranted 






8 Improvements to Assist Persons with Disabilities RSA 72:37-a Total * fl ranted 






9 School Dining/Dormitory/Kitchen Exemption RSA 72:23 IV Total # 9 ranted 
(Standard Exemption Up To $150,000 maximum for each) 






10 Water and Air Pollution Control Exemptions RSA 72:12-a Total * 9 ranted 


2 


1,885,000 


11 MODIFIED ASSESSED VALUATION OF ALL PROPERTIES (Line 5 minus Lines 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10) 

This figure will be used for calculating the total equalized value for your municipality. 


132,975,800 


1 2 Blind Exemption RSA 72:37 Total * eranted 

Amount granted per exemption 


7 


105,000 


15,000 


„„_,.,. _ . Total # granted 
13 Elderly Exemption RSA 72:3S-a & b 


24 


336,800 


14 Deaf Exemption RSA 72:38-b Total # granted 

Amount granted per exemption 








15 Disabled Exemption RSA 72:37-b Total * 9ranted 








Amount granted per exemption 





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VILLAGE DISTRICT/PRECINCT ONLY 



16 Wood-Heating Energy Systems Exemption RSA 72:70 Total # 9 r £^ed 






17 Solar Energy Exemption RSA 72:62 Total # granted 






18 Wind Powered Energy Systems Exemption RSA 72:66 Total # granted 






19 Additional School Dining/Dormitory/Kitchen Exemptions RSA 72:23 IV Tota! # 9^ n ^ a 






20 TOTAL DOLLAR AMOUNT OF EXEMPTIONS (Sum of Lines 12-19) 


441,800 


21 NET VALUATION ON WHICH THE TAX RATE FOR VILLAGE DISTRICT 
IS COMPUTED (Line 11 minus Line 20) 


132,534,000 




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Municipal Services Division 

2010 Tax Rate Calculation 



TOWN/CITY: NORTHUMBERLAND 



Gross Appropriations 


2,658,942 


Less: Revenues 


1,704,035 


Less: Shared Revenues 





Add: Overlay 


89,006 


War Service Credits 


17,300 




Net Town Appropriation 


1,061,213 


Special Adjustment 






Approved Town/City Tax Effort 



SCHOOL PORTION 



Net Local School Budget: 
Gross Approp. - Revenue 


5,873,142 


1,418,893 


4,454,249 


Regional School Apportionment 





Less: Adequate Education Grant 


(2,666,064) 



1,061,213 1 TOWN RATE 
8.01 



State Education Taxes 



Approved School(s) Tax Effort 



(254,723) 



1,533,462 



LOCAL 

SCHOOL RATE 

11.57 



STATE EDUCATION TAXES 



Equalized Valuation(no utilities) x 


$2.19 




116,311,920 




254,723 


Divide by Local Assessed Valuation (no utilities) 




108,279,720 




Excess State Education Taxes to be Remitted to State 




Pay to State ► 








STATE 

SCHOOL RATE 

2.35 



COUNTY PORTION 



Due to County 


452,015 


Less: Shared Revenues 






Approved County Tax Effort 



Total Property Taxes Assessed 



Less: War Service Credits 



Add: Village District Commitment(s) 



Total Property Tax Commitment 



452,015 I COUNTY RATE 
3.41 



3,301,413 



(17,300) 



95,424 



3,379,537 



TOTAL RATE 
25.34 



.72 Precinct 



26.06 Total Tax 
Rate 







PROOF OF F 


LATE 




Net Assessed Valuation 


Tax Rate 


Assessment 


State Education Tax 


(no utilities) 


108,279,720 


2.35 


254,723 


All Other Taxes 


132,534,000 


22.99 


3,046,690 










3,301,413 



TRC# 

207 



TRC# 
207 



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CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS FaX 603.788.3830 

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ACCOUNTANTS' COMPILATION REPORT 



To the Board of Selectmen, 
Northumberland, New Hampshire: 

We have compiled the accompanying financial statements of the governmental activities, the business- 
type activities, each major fund, and the aggregate remaining fund information of Town of 
Northumberland, New Hampshire, as of and for the year ended December 31, 2009, which collectively 
compose the Town's basic financial statements as listed in the table of contents, in accordance with 
Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review Sendees issued by the American Institute of 
Certified Public Accountants. 

A compilation is limited to presenting in the form of financial statements information that is the 
, representation of management. We have not audited or reviewed the accompanying financial statements 
and, accordingly, do not express an opinion or any other form of assurance on them. 

Management's discussion and analysis, on pages two through seven, and the combining non-major fund 
financial statements presented in Schedules 1 and 2, are not a required part of the basic financial 
statements but are supplementary information required by the Governmental Accounting Standards 
Board. Supplementary information contained in Schedules 3 and 4 and in the schedule of expenditures of 
federal awards is presented for purposes of additional analysis and is not a required part of the basic 
financial statements. We have compiled the supplementary information from information that is the 
representation of management, without audit or review. Accordingly, we do not express an opinion or any 
other form of assurance on the supplementary information. 

We are not independent with respect to Town of Northumberland. 
July 9, 2010 



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SCHEDULE OF PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST 
USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT 







Rate 














Date of Issue 










YEAR 


PRINCIPAL 


INTEREST PAYMENT 


2011 






$ 


46,850.00 


$ 


46,850.00 




$ 


95,858.00 


$ 


46,850.00 


$ 


142,708.00 


2012 






$ 


44,813.00 


$ 


44,813.00 




s 


95,858.00 


$ 


44,813.00 


$ 


140,671.00 


2013 






s 


42,776.00 


$ 


42,776.00 




$ 


95,858.00 


s 


42,776.00 


$ 


138,634.00 


2014 






$ 


40,739.00 


S 


40,739.00 




s 


95,858.00 


$ 


40,739.00 


$ 


136,597.00 


2015 






s 


38,702.00 


s 


38,702.00 




$ 


95,858.00 


s 


38,702.00 


s 


134,560.00 


2016 






$ 


36,665.00 


s 


36,665.00 




s 


95,858.00 


$ 


36,665.00 


s 


132,523.00 


2017 






$ 


34,628.00 


s 


34,628.00 




$ 


95,858.00 


$ 


34,628.00 


$ 


130,486.00 


2018 






s 


32,591.00 


$ 


32,591.00 




s 


95.858.00 


$ 


32,591 .00 


s 


128,449.00 


2019 






$ 


30,554.00 


s 


30,554.00 




s 


95,858.00 


$ 


30,554.00 


s 


126,412.00 


2020 






s 


28,517.00 


s 


28,517.00 




s 


95,858.00 


$ 


28,517.00 


$ 


124,375.00 


2021 






$ 


26,480.00 


s 


26,480.00 




s 


95,858.00 


s 


26,480.00 


$ 


122,338.00 


2022 






$ 


24,443.00 


s 


24,443.00 




s 


95,858.00 


$ 


24,44300 


$ 


120,301.00 


2023 






$ 


22,406.00 


$ 


22,406.00 




s 


95,858.00 


$ 


22,406.00 


s 


118,264.00 


2024 






$ 


20,369.00 


$ 


20,369.00 




s 


95,858.00 


$ 


20,369.00 


$ 


116,227.00 


2025 






s 


18,332.00 


$ 


18,332.00 




s 


95,858.00 


s 


18,33200 


$ 


114,190.00 


2026 






s 


16,295.00 


$ 


16,295.00 




$ 


95,858.00 


$ 


16,295.00 


$ 


112,153.00 


2027 






$ 


14,258.00 


$ 


14,258.00 




s 


95,858.00 


s 


14,258.00 


$ 


110,116.00 


2028 






$ 


12,221.00 


$ 


12,221.00 




$ 


95,858.00 


$ 


12,221.00 


$ 


108,07900 


2029 






s 


10,184.00 


$ 


10,184.00 




s 


95,858.00 


s 


10,184.00 


$ 


106,042.00 


2031 






s 


6,110.00 


$ 


6,110.00 




s 


95,858.00 


$ 


6,110.00 


$ 


101,968.00 


2032 






s 


4,073.00 


s 


4,073.00 




s 


95,858.00 


s 


4,073.00 


s 


99,931.00 


2033 






s 


2,036.00 


$ 


2,036.00 




$ 


95,834.00 


$ 


2,036.00 


$ 


97,870.00 



$2,684,000 
4.2500% 
12/19/05 



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JOURDAN MATHIEU TREAMER 
BORN OCTOBER 27, 2010 



88 



Schedule Of Interest and Principal 
Water Project Bond 



Amount 








$1,880,000 






Rate 








5.6072% 






Date of Issue 






July 9, 1993 






YEAR 




PRINCIPAL 




INTEREST 




PAYMENT 


2011 






$ 


7,931.25 


$ 


7,931.25 




$ 


90,000.00 


$ 


7,931.25 


$ 


97,931.25 


2012 






$ 


5,287.50 


$ 


5,287.50 




$ 


90,000.00 


$ 


5,287.50 


$ 


95,287.50 


2013 






$ 


2,643.75 


$ 


2,643.75 




$ 


90,000.00 


$ 


2,643.75 


$ 


92,643.75 


TOTALS 


$ 


270,000.00 


$ 


31,725.00 


$ 


301,725.00 





This oil painting was donated to the Town by Doug and 
Joan Dupuis on June 30, 2010. Doug's grandparents, 
Everett and Edith Stone owned and operated Everett's Diner 
for many years (on the corner of Main and Mechanic 
Streets). Doug's mother, Jane Stone Dupuis and her 
husband Maurice took over Everett's Diner, but a fire 
destroyed the building on March 20, 1972. As the Dupuis' 
were rebuilding in the same location in 1972, this oil 
painting was created by Alfons Weidacher. Out of the ashes 
came the Town House, which served as a restaurant and 
convenience store upstairs and a tavern downstairs. Maurice 
and Jane proudly hung their oil painting in the newly 
opened Town House until they sold the business in 1980. 




89 



Town Employee/Employer Benefit Contributions 2010 



Total Gross Pay All Non-Benefit Employees 








226,259.21 


Total Gross Pay All Benefit Employees 








632,184.02 




State Retirement-Employee Contribution (5%, 9.30%) 




39,067.02 




Employee r 


raxes Withheld 














Federal Withholding 








77,503-68 






Medicare 








12,792.51 






Social Security 








43,481.08 




Employee Health/Dental Ins. Contributions (20%) 




50,400.98 


Total Employee Taxes/Deductions 








-223,245.27 


Total Net Pay 














635,19796 


















Employer Taxes and Contributions 














Medicare 










12,792.51 






Social Security 








43,481.08 




State Retirement-Employer (9.16%, 14.63%) 






68,847.53 




Employer Insurance Contributions (80%) 






i75,097-38 


Total Employer Taxes/Contributions 






300,218.50 





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GROVETON AMBULANCE CORPS 



2010 REVENUES RECEIVED FOR SERVICES 



Applied against 2010 Receivable 

Regular 911 being: $89,103.55 

Applied against 2009 Receivable 

Applied against 2008 Receivable 

Applied against 2007 Receivable 

Applied against 2006 Receivable 

Applied against 2005 Receivable 

Applied against 2004 Receivable 

Applied against 2003 Receivable 

Applied against 2002 Receivable 

Applied against 2001 Receivable 

Applied against 1999 Receivable 

AMOUNT COLLECTED FOR AMBULANCE CALLS 

AMOUNT COLLECTED FROM FEES FOR SERVICES 

AMOUNT COLLECTED FROM TOWN CONTRACTS 



$147,133.07 

Transfers: $58,029.52 

$70,069.02 

$6,970.68 

$2,385.73 

$105.00 

$120.00 

$455.51 

$673.85 

$246.36 

$65.00 

$130.00 

$228,354.22 

$12,457.65 

$22,712.50 



GROVETON AMBUALNCE TOTAL FOR 2010 



2010 EXPENDITURES 



$263,524.37 



$236,289.54 



CALLS FOR EACH AMBULANCE 

2002 Ambulance Unit Al (Main Ambulance) responded to 388 calls and the total charges billed for that unit were $145,440.58. 

2006 Ambulance Unit A2 (Transfer Ambulance) responded to 123 calls and the total charges billed for that unit were 
$120,869.02. 

1997 Ambulance Unit A3 (Third Ambulance) responded to 100 calls and the total charges for that unit were $22,167.49. 

Units A2 and A3 respond to transfers and calls when Unit Al is already out on a call and another ambulance are needed. 

Total charges for the year 2010 are $288,477.09, regular 911 calls charges are $157,031.85; transfer charges are $120,779.67; 
and contracts with race tracks are $10,665.57. 



92 



Library Report 



Balance in checking account- December 31, 2009 



$14,603.70 



Revenues-Library Checking Account 

Town (appropriations made for expenses) 

Copier/Fax Fees 

Book Fines 

Book Sales 

Interest on CD's/Checking Acct. 

Donations/Grants/Misc. 

Non resident fees 



18,90100 
570.25 
165.00 
452.50 
3,747.17 
853.00 
130.00 



Total Revenues 



$24,818.92 



Payments 

Books, magazines, videos 
Janitorial Supplies 
Library/Office Supplies 
Office equipment/Furniture 
Telephone/Internet service 
Heating Fuel 
Electricity 

Dues, Meetings, Mileage 
Building repairs/maintenance 
Insurance/Bond 
Summer Reading Program 
Misc.items, flags.shipping 

Total Payments 



7,408.65 

27.97 

1,684.15 

1,353.99 

1,575.89 

3,974.40 

1,600.84 

567.05 

5,455.36 

750.00 

770.79 

248.79 

$25,417.88 



Balance in checking account-December 31, 2010 



$14,004.74 



Certificates of Deposit 12/31/10 

Irving Dice: Passumpsic Savings 

Northway Bank 

NH Municipal Investment Pool 
DC Matthews: See Town Trusts 



100,000.00 
40,802.00 
56,982.18 



Submitted by Linda Caron-Trustee/Treasurer 



93 



MS-7 

BUDGET OF THE TOWN 
WITH A MUNICIPAL BUDGET COMMITTEE 

OF: Northumberland 

BUDGET FORM FOR TOWNS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED 
THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 32:14 THROUGH 32:24 

Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for the Ensuing Year January 1, 2011 to December 31, 2011 
or Fiscal Year From ' to 

IMPORTANT: 

j 

Please read RSA 32:5 applicable to all municipalities. 



1 . Use this form to list the operating budget and all special and individual warrant articles in the appropriate 
recommended and not recommended area. All proposed appropriations must be on this form. 

2. Hold at least one public hearing on this budget. 

3. When completed, a copy of the budget must be posted with the warrant. Another copy must be 
placed on file with the town clerk, and a copy sent to the Department of Revenue Administration 
at the address below within 20 days after the meeting. 



This form was posted with the warrant on (Date):. 



BUDGET COMMITTEE 

Please sign in ink. 

Under penalties of perjury, I declare that t have examined the information contained in this form and to the best of my belief it is true, correct and complete. 



THIS BUDGET SHALL BE POSTED WITH THE TOWN WARRANT 



FOR DRA USE ONLY 



NH DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 
P.O. BOX 487, CONCORD, NH 03302-0487 
(603)271-3397 



MS-7 
Rev. 10/10 



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Budget - Town of Northumberland FY2011 

1 2 3 



4 



Selectmen's Budget 
Warr. Actual Revenues Estimated Committee's 
ACCT.# SOURCE OF REVENUE Art.# Prior Year Revenues Est. Revenues 


TAXES 


3120 


Land Use Change Taxes - General Fund 




16,415 


7,000 


7,000 


3180 


Resident Taxes 










3185 


Timber Taxes 




5,405 


5,000 


5,000 


3186 


Payment in Lieu of Taxes 




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12,000 


12,000 


3189 


Other Taxes 










3190 


Interest & Penalties on Delinquent Taxes 




76,876 


77,500 


77,500 




Inventory Penalties 










3187 


Excavation Tax ($.02 cents per cu yd) 










LICENSES, PERMITS & FEES 


3210 


Business Licenses & Permits 




640 


600 


600 


3220 


Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 




306,699 


296,000 


296,000 


3230 


Building Permits 




820 


750 


750 


3290 


Other Licenses, Permits & Fees 




4,250 


4,500 


4,500 


3311-3319 


FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 






145,000 


95,000 


FROM STATE 


3351 


Shared Revenues 










3352 


Meals & Rooms Tax Distribution 




109,328 


109,328 


109,328 


3353 


Highway Block Grant 




47,006 


47,006 


47,006 


3354 


Water Pollution Grant 










3355 


Housing & Community Development 










3356 


State & Federal Forest Land Reimbursement 




3,164 


3,164 


3,164 


3357 


Flood Control Reimbursement 








* 


3359 


Other (Including Railroad Tax) 




21,268 


4,597 


4,597 


3379 


FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS 










CHARGES FOR SERVICES 


3401-3406 


Income from Departments 




317,316 


293,925 


293,925 


3409 


Other Charges 










MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 


3501 


Sale of Municipal Property 




2,539 






3502 


Interest on Investments 




467 


250 


250 


3503-3509 


Other 




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750 


750 


INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN 


3912 


From Special Revenue Funds 






201,607 


201,607 


3913 


From Capital Projects Funds 











100 



MS-7 
Rev. 10/10 



Budget - Town of Northumberland FY2011 

1 2 3 



4 



6 



Selectmen's Budget 
Warr. Actual Revenues Estimated Committee's 
ACCT.# SOURCE OF REVENUE Art# Prior Year Revenues Est. Revenues 


JNTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN (cont) 


3914 


From Enterprise Funds 












Sewer - (Offset) 




181,400 


308,670 


308,670 




Water - (Offset) 




333,421 


T ™T *V j I "T"t 


444,744 




Electric - (Offset) 












Airport - (Offset) 










3915 


From Capital Reserve Funds 






10,000 




3916 


From Trust & Fiduciary Funds 










3917 


Transfers from Conservation Funds 










OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 


3934 


Proc. from Long Term Bonds & Notes 






122,500 






Amounts Voted From Fund Balance 






25,583 


25,583 




Estimated Fund Balance to Reduce Taxes 










TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE & CREDITS 


1,454,328 


2,120,474 


1,937,974 



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BUDGET SUMMARY** 



PRIOR YEAR 
ADOPTED BUDGET 



SELECTMEN'S 
RECOMMENDED BUDGET 



BUDGET COMMITTEE'S 
RECOMMENDED BUDGET 



Operating Budget Appropriations Recommended (from pg. 5^ 



2,601,837 



2,629,913 



2,577,233 



Special Warrant Articles Recommended (from pg. 6) 



16,000 



Individual Warrant Articles Recommended (from pg. 6) 



41,105 



496,507 



152,132 



278,690 



152,132 



TOTAL Appropriations Recommended 



2,658,942 



3,278,552 



3,008,055 



Less: Amount of Estimated Revenues & Credits (from above) 



(1,454,328) 



(2,120,474) 



(1,937,974; 



Estimated Amount of Taxes to be Raised 



1,204,614 



1,158,078 



1,070,081 



Maximum Allowable Increase to Budget Committee's Recommended Budget per RSA 32:18: 
(See Supplemental Schedule With 10% Calculation) 



MS-7 
Rev. 10/10 



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Acct Number 



Account Name 







Variance 


% 




2010 


2010 


Under 


Under 


2011 


Estimated 


Actual 


(Over) 


(Over) 


Estimated 



General Fund Expen ditures 



01-4130.10-130 EX Salaries - Selectmen 

01-4130.10-220 EX Fica 

01-4130.10-225 EX Medicare 

01-4130.30-130 MTG Moderator's Salary 

01-4130.30-220 MTG Moderator's Fica 

01-4130.30-225 MTG Moderator's Medicare 

01-4130.30-550 MTG Town Report Printing 

01-4130.90-120 Consulting Services 

01-4130.90-190 EX Minutes (Select Mtg only) 

01-4130.90-220 EX Minutes Fica 

01-4130.90-225 EX Minutes Medicare 

Total Executive 

01-4140.10-120 TC/TX Deputy Salary 

01-4140.10-130 TC/TX Salary 

01-4140.10-140 TC/TX Overtime 

01-4140.10-210 TC/TX Health Insurance 

01-4140.10-212 TC/TX Dental Insurance 

01-4140.10-220 TC/TX Fica 

01-4140.IO-225 TC/TX Medicare 

01-4140.10-230 TC/TX Retirement Contrib - Tow 

01-4140.10-240 TC/TX Training/Tuition Reimbur 

01-4140.10-292 TC/TX Compensation Sick Time 

01-4140.10-342 TC/TX Computer Expense 

01-4140.10-551 TC/TX Advertising 

01-4140.10-560 TC/TX Dues & Subscriptions 

01-4140.10-620 TC/TX Office Supplies 

01-4140.10-625 TC/TX Postage 

01-4140.10-750 TC/TX Lien Notifications 

01-4140.10-831 TC Registry of Deeds 

01-4140.20-120 E&R All Other Election Workers 

01-4140.20-130 E&R Salaries-Supervisors 

01-4140.20-220 E&R Fica 

01-4140.20-225 E&R Medicare 

01-4140.20-250 TC/TX Unemployment Comp 

01-4140.20-260 TC/TX Workers Compensation 

01-4140.20-551 E&R Advertising 

01-4140.20-610 E&R General Supplies 

Total Tc/Tx & Election 

01-4150.10-110 ADM Salary Admin Assistant 

01-4150.10-120 ADM Pt Admin Assistant 

01-4150.10-140 ADM Overtime 

01-4150.10-212 ADM Dental Insurance 

01-4150.10-220 ADM Fica 

01-4150.10-225 ADM Medicare 

01-4150.10-230 ADM Retirement Contrib - Town 

01-4150.10-292 ADM Comp Sick Time 

01-4150.20-210 ADM Health Insurance 

01-4150.20-215 FA Group Life Insurance 

01-4150.20-219 FA Group Disability 

01-4150.20-250 ADM Unemployment Comp 

01-4150.20-260 ADM Workers Compensation 

01-4150.20-291 ADM Uniforms 

01-4150.20-295 ADM Immunizations Infec Ctrl 

01-4150.20-310 ADM Accounting Services 

01-4150.20-350 ADM Medical Svs Employee Exam 

01-4150.20-394 ADM Substance Abuse Testing 

01-4150.30-312 AS Assessing Service 

01-4150.30-824 AS Property Tax Appeal Expense 



3,600 


3,600 


- 


- 


3,600 


224 


223 


1 


0-4 


224 


53 


52 


1 


1-5 


53 


400 


400 


- 


- 


100 


25 


12 


13 


50.4 


7 


6 


3 


3 


51.7 


2 


3.400 


3,293 


107 


3-1 


3,400 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


- 


1,300 


1,450 


(150) 


(11.5) 


1,300 


81 


87 


(6) 


(7-2) 


8l 


19 


20 


(l) 


(7-3) 


19 


9,108 


9,141 


(33) 


(0.4) 


8,786 


I3,3n 


13,624 


(313) 


(2.4) 


13,312 


31,200 


31,005 


195 


0.6 


31,200 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


3,000 


22,853 


23,113 


(260) 


(1.1) 


24,534 


1,484 


1,514 


(30) 


(2.0) 


1,551 


2,761 


2,776 


(15) 


(0.6) 


2,946 


646 


649 


(3) 


(0.5) 


689 


4,240 


4,779 


(539) 


(12.7) 


4,812 


1,200 


757 


443 


36.9 


1,000 


1 


64 


(63) 


**» 


1 


1,500 


1,538 


(38) 


(2.5) 


1,538 


700 


383 


317 


45-3 


330 


1,188 


1,261 


(73) 


(6.1) 


1,029 


2,06l 


1,071 


990 


48.1 


1,500 


4,50O 


4,467 


33 


0.7 


4,500 


2,600 


2,429 


171 


6.6 


2,500 


650 


618 


32 


4-9 


650 


2,436 


2,150 


286 


11.7 


435 


1,872 


1,076 


796 


42.5 


1,104 


268 


195 


73 


27.4 


96 


63 


46 


18 


27.8 


23 


252 


- 


252 


lOO.O 


300 


175 


175 


- 


- 


88 


820 


564 


256 


31-2 


200 


100 


- 


100 


100.0 


200 


96,881 


94,253 


2,628 


2.7 


97,538 


31,303 


31,817 


(514) 


(1.6) 


31,304 


13,312 


13,219 


93 


0.7 


19,942 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


3,000 


1,058 


1,088 


(30) 


(2.9) 


1,106 


2,765 


2,812 


(47) 


(1.7) 


3,178 


648 


658 


(10) 


(1-5) 


744 


4,342 


4,567 


(225) 


(5-2) 


4,518 


1 


327 


(326) 


**# 


1 


22,853 


20,396 


2,457 


10.8 


24,534 


828 


819 


9 


1.1 


720 


3,591 


3,922 


(331) 


(9-2) 


3,670 


542 


559 


(17) 


(3-1) 


600 


120 


120 


- 


- 


75 


3,000 


5,252 


(2,252) 


(75-i) 


- 


1 


- 


l 


100.0 


1 


21,000 


21,000 


- 


- 


21,000 


1 


100 


(99) 


*** 


1 


600 


636 


(36) 


(6.0) 


600 


27,500 


31,031 


(3,530 


(12.8) 


32,5O0 


1,500 


- 


1,500 


100.0 


1 



105 



Acct Number 

01-415040-392 
01-4150.50-130 
01-4150.50-220 
01-4150.50-225 

01-4153.10-320 
01-4153-30-823 

01-4155.20-220 

01-4155.20-225 
01-415520-292 



01-4191 
01-4191 
01-4191 
01-4191 
01-4191 
01-4191 
01-4191 
01-4191 
01-4191 
01-4191 
01-4191 
01-4191 
01-4191 

01-4194 
01-4194 
01-4194 
01-4194 
01-4194 
01-4194 
01-4194 
01-4194 
01-4194 
01-4194 
01-4194 
01-4194 



.10-190 
.10-220 
.10-225 
.10-240 
.10-331 

.10-551 

.10-560 

.10-625 

.30-190 

.30-220 

.30-225 

.30-551 
.30-625 

.10-110 
.10-220 
.10-225 

.10-341 

.10-360 

.10-410 

.10-411 

.10-430 

.10-440 

.10-610 

.20-425 

.60-650 



01-4195.10-430 

01-4195-10-431 
01-4195.10-551 
01-4195.10-690 

01-4196.10-520 



01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 
01-4199 



10-240 
10-342 

io-343 

10-380 

10-411 

10-551 

10-560 

10-620 

10-625 

10-670 

10-690 

10-691 

10-740 

10-831 

10-840 

10-841 









Variance 


% 






aoio 


2010 


Under 


Under 


2011 


Account Name 


Estimated 


Actual 


(Over) 


(Over) 


Estimated 


TX Tax Map Update 


1,700 


1,700 


1,700 


T Salary -Treasurer 


1,000 


1,000 


- 


- 


1,000 


T Fica 


62 


62 


- 


- 


62 


T Medicare 


15 


15 


1 


33 


15 


Total Administration 


137,742 


141,099 


(3,357) 


(2.4) 


150,272 


LE Counsel 


14,000 


10,077 


3,923 


28.0 


14,000 


LE Legal Damages 


1 


- 


1 


100.O 


1 


Total Legal 


14,001 


10,077 


3,924 


28.0 


14,001 


PA Fica 


- 


146 


(146) 


(100.0) 


- 


PA Medicare 


- 


34 


(34) 


(lOO.O) 


- 


PA Compensation-Sick Time 


- 


2,354 


(2,354) 


(100.0) 


- 


Total Personnel Admin 


- 


2,535 


(2,535) 


(100.0) 


- 


PB Minutes 


600 


650 


(50) 


(8.3) 


600 


PB Minutes Fica 


38 


50 


(12) 


(30-5) 


38 


PB Minutes Medicare 


9 


12 


(3) 


(28.7) 


9 


PB Training/Tution 


150 


150 


- 


- 


150 


PB Planning Sendees 


1 


- 


1 


100.0 


1 


PB Advertising 


400 


439 


(39) 


(9-7) 


400 


PB North Country Council 


2,100 


2,048 


52 


2.5 


2,100 


PB Postage 


250 


402 


(152) 


(60.7) 


300 


ZBA Minutes 


200 


150 


50 


25.0 


200 


ZBA Minutes Fica 


13 


3 


10 


76.2 


13 


ZBA Minutes Medicare 


3 


1 


2 


75-7 


3 


ZBA Advertising 


150 


346 


(196) 


*** 


150 


ZBA Postage 


100 


172 


(72) 


(71-9) 


100 


Total Planning & Zoning 


4,014 


4,422 


(408) 


(10.2) 


4,064 


GGB Meeting House Wages 


2,200 


2,146 


54 


2.5 


2,200 


GGB Fica 


137 


133 


4 


2.9 


137 


GGB Medicare 


32 


31 


1 


2.9 


32 


GGB Telephone 


3,000 


4,338 


(1,338) 


(44-6) 


4,400 


GGB Custodial Services 


650 


574 


76 


11.7 


650 


GGB Electricity 


1,500 


2,353 


(853) 


(56.8) 


2,000 


GGB Sewer Charge 


60,000 


42,890 


17,110 


28.5 


70,000 


GGB Repairs/Maint/Supplies 


11,000 


26,962 


(15,962) 


*** 


1,000 


GGB Rent 


7,800 


18,225 


(10,425) 


*** 


14,400 


GGB General Supplies 


25 


4 


21 


84.0 


25 


GGB Property Alarm Sendee 


- 


- 


- 


(lOO.o) 


240 


GGB Facility 


375 


356 


19 


5-0 


375 


Total General Govt Buildings 


86,719 


98,011 


(11,292) 


(130) 


95,459 


CEM Monument Repairs 


3,000 


3,000 


- 


- 


1,500 


CEM Mowing Contract 


9,975 


9,793 


182 


1.8 


13,000 


CEM Advertising 


150 


152 


(2) 


(1-3) 


250 


CEM Misc Supplies 


1 


560 


(559) 


*** 


200 


Total Cemetery 


13,126 


13,505 


(379) 


(2.9) 


14,950 


IN Property & Liability Insurance 


37,5O0 


28,084 


9,416 


25.1 


27,000 


Total Property & Liability Ins 


37,500 


28,084 


9,416 


25.1 


27,000 


TOX Training/Tuition 


- 


20 


(20) 


(100.0) 


300 


TOX Computer Expense 


9,250 


9,219 


31 


0.3 


9,020 


TOX Computer Tech Support 


3,500 


3,144 


356 


10.2 


3,780 


TOX Equipment Maintenance 


200 


- 


200 


100.0 


200 


TOX Fuel Oil 


- 


1,344 


(1,344) 


(100.0) 


2,400 


TOX Advertising 


650 


534 


116 


17.8 


600 


TOX Association Dues & Subscripts 


l,7O0 


1,529 


171 


10.0 


1,530 


TOX Office Supplies 


1,900 


4,316 


(2,416) 


*** 


2,000 


TOX Postage 


1,200 


1,861 


(661) 


(55-1) 


1,700 


TOX Books 


lOO 


- 


100 


lOO.O 


50 


TOX Miscellaneous 


l 


31 


(SO) 


*•»* 


1 


TOX Budcom postage/Advert 


lOO 


70 


30 


30.0 


100 


TOX Equipment Purchase 


3,000 


2,595 


405 


13-5 


800 


TOX Registry of Deeds (FA) 


150 


147 


3 


2.1 


150 


TOX Mileage 


650 


586 


64 


9-9 


650 


TOX Meeting Expense 


1 


- 


1 


100.O 


1 



106 



Acct Number 

01-4199.10-842 
01-4199.20-311 
01-4199.20-825 
01-4199.20-832 



Account Name 



01-4210 

01-4210 

01-4210 

01-4210 

01-4210 

01-4210 

01-4210 

01-4210. 

01-4210, 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 

01-4210. 



.10-110 
,10-120 
.10-140 
.10-210 
.10-212 
.10-220 
.10-225 
.10-231 
.10-250 
.10-260 
.10-291 
.10-292 
.10-340 
.10-341 
.10-342 
.10-390 

■10-395 

.10-411 

.10-551 

.10-560 

10-620 

10-625 

10-635 

10-660 

10-661 

10-680 

10-690 

10-740 

10-812 

10-840 

10-841 

40-240 

70-410 

70-411 

70-440 



01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 

01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 

01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 
01-4215 



20-110 

20-120 

20-140 

20-190 

20-191 

.20-210 

.20-212 

20-220 

20-225 

20-230 

20-240 

20-241 

.20-250 

.20-260 

20-292 

.20-295 

20-341 

20-342 

20-380 

.20-390 

•20-395 



TOX Bank Service Fees 

TOX Perambulation 

TOX Rentals & Leases 

TOX Property Taxes - Starl< 

Total Town Office 

PD Salaries-Full Time 

PD Salaries- Part Time 

PD Salaries-Overtime 

PD Health Insurance 

PD Dental Insurance 

PDFica 

PD Medicare 

PD Retirement Contrib by Town 

PD Unemployment Comp 

PD Workers Compensation 

PD Uniforms 

PD Compensation Sick Time 

PD Cellular Expense 

PD Telephone 

PD Internet Expense 

PD Equipment Maintenance 

PD Pagers 

PD Fuel Oil 

PD ADVERTISING 

PD Dues 

PD Service Contracts 

PD Postage 

PD Gasoline 

PD Vehicle Maint & Repairs 

PD Blood Test 

PD Departmental Supplies 

PD Professional Service Fees 

PD Equipment Purchase 

PD Youth Prevention Programs 

PD Mileage 

PD Publications 

PD Training/Tuition 

PD Electricity 

PD WATER AND SEWER RENT 

PD Rent 

Total Police Department 

AMB Director Wages 

AMB Assistant Wages 

AMB Director Overtime 

AMB Wages 

AMB Wages - Paramedic 

AMB Health Ins. 

AMB Dental Ins. 

AMB Fica 

AMB Medicare 

AMB Retirement Contrib-Town 

AMB Training 

AMB EMT Courses 

AMB Unemployment Comp 

AMB Workers Compensation 

AMB Compensation Sick Time 

AMB Immunizations Infec Ctrl 

AMB Telephone 

AMB Computer Expense 

AMB Equipment Maintenance 

AMB Radio Maintenance 

AMB PAGERS 







Variance 


% 




2010 


2010 


Under 


Under 


2011 


Estimated 


Actual 


(Over) 


(Over) 


Estimated 


100 


268 


(168) 


100 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


1 


2,250 


2,230 


20 


0.9 


2,014 


50 


49 


1 


2.0 


50 


24,802 


27,944 


(3,142) 


(12.7) 


25,447 


151,423 


141,561 


9,862 


6.5 


154,024 


31,000 


37,612 


(6,612) 


(21.3) 


37,654 


17,000 


14,077 


2,923 


17.2 


15,000 


45,704 


40,175 


5,529 


12.1 


37,783 


3,016 


2,528 


488 


16.2 


2,338 


2,077 


1,012 


1,065 


51.3 


2,335 


3,089 


2,803 


286 


93 


2,997 


25,38o 


25,028 


352 


1.4 


26,411 


1,313 


1,313 


- 


- 


1,550 


4,887 


4,887 


- 


- 


2,444 


3,000 


2,670 


330 


11.0 


3,000 


1 


- 


1 


100.0 


1 


- 


- 


- 


(lOO.o) 


1,173 


4,500 


3,010 


1,490 


33-1 


2,323 


1,750 


1,357 


393 


22.4 


600 


1,500 


1,947 


(447) 


(29.8) 


1,500 


650 


644 


6 


0.9 


650 


2,200 


1,324 


876 


39-8 


2,200 


100 


- 


100 


100.0 


100 


500 


395 


105 


21.0 


500 


4,225 


3.665 


560 


13.3 


4,225 


100 


201 


(101) 


*** 


200 


9,000 


11,028 


(2,028) 


(22.5) 


12,000 


4,000 


3,919 


81 


2.0 


4,200 


200 


37 


163 


81.5 


200 


3,000 


3,n6 


(116) 


(3-9) 


3,000 


200 


(no) 


310 


155-0 


200 


1,000 


2,747 


(1,747) 


-££--£ 


3,000 


1,000 


566 


434 


43-4 


1,000 


1,350 


92 


1,258 


93-2 


800 


1,000 


476 


524 


52.4 


1,000 


1,000 


275 


725 


72.5 


500 


1,450 


1,699 


(249) 


(17.2) 


1,900 


500 


306 


194 


38.8 


500 


6,000 


6,093 


(93) 


(1.6) 


6,000 


333,H5 


316,454 


16,661 


5.0 


333,308 


30,159 


30,236 


(77) 


(0.3) 


30,160 


15,808 


16,436 


(628) 


(4-0) 


15,808 


3,393 


2,586 


807 


23.8 


3,393 


111,000 


107,649 


3,351 


3-0 


111,000 


700 


400 


300 


42-9 


700 


6,168 


5,940 


228 


3-7 


6,623 


365 


311 


54 


14.8 


476 


9,987 


9,747 


240 


2.4 


9,986 


2,348 


2,279 


69 


2.9 


2,336 


3,165 


3,884 


(719) 


(22.7) 


3,054 


5,000 


2,068 


2,932 


58.6 


3,000 


7,500 


6,465 


1,035 


13.8 


5,000 


217 


217 


- 


- 


250 


4,770 


4,770 


- 


- 


2,385 


1 


189 


(188) 


##* 


1 


1,000 


69 


931 


93-1 


1,000 


1,500 


1,588 


(88) 


(5-9) 


1,600 


6,000 


3,9H 


2,089 


34-8 


6,600 


3,000 


399 


2,601 


86.7 


100 


l.OOO 


1,533 


(533) 


(53-3) 


1,100 


3,200 


3,309 


(109) 


(34) 


3,200 



107 



Acct Number 



01-4215.20-490 

01-4215.20-551 

01-4215.20-610 

01-4215.20-620 

OI-4215.20-625 

01-4215.20-636 

01-4215.20-660 

01-4215.20-661 

01-4215.20-740 

01-4215.20-835 

01-4215.20-870 

01-4290.10-120 
01-4290.10-220 
01-4290.10-225 

01-4290.10-551 
01-4290.10-820 



01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 
01-4312 



.10-684 
.10-685 
.10-686 
IO-687 
.20-110 
.20-140 
.20-210 
.20-211 
.20-212 
20-220 
20-225 
20-230 
20-240 
20-250 
20-260 
20-291 
20-292 
20-310 
20-341 
20-342 
20-380 
20-395 
20-410 
20-411 
20-425 
20-430 
20-490 
20-551 
20-570 
20-571 
20-573 
20-635 
20-636 
20-637 
20-660 
20-661 
20-680 
20-681 
20-682 
20-683 
20-685 
20-686 

20-739 
20-741 









Variance 


% 






2010 


2010 


Under 


Under 


2011 


Account Name 


Estimated 


Actual 


(Over) 


(Over) 

18.3 


Estimated 


AMB Rent/Utilities 


5.000 


4,087 


913 


4,000 


AMB Advertising 


100 


- 


100 


100.0 


100 


AMB Supplies 


5,000 


2,943 


2,057 


41.1 


5,000 


AMB Office Supplies 


3,000 


3,050 


(50) 


(1.7) 


4,000 


AMB Postage 


500 


818 


(318) 


(63-7) 


700 


AMB Diesel 


8,500 


7,780 


720 


8-5 


8,500 


AMB Vehicle Maintenance 


5,000 


9,423 


(4,423) 


(88.5) 


8,500 


AMB Tires 


800 


1,190 


(390) 


(48.8) 


1 


AMB Equipment Purchase 


4,500 


4,040 


460 


10.2 


4,500 


AMB Licenses 


1 


- 


1 


100.0 


1 


AMB Public Education Expense 


200 


- 


200 


100.0 


200 


Total Ambulance 


248,882 


237,316 


11,566 


4.6 


243,274 


CD Salaries 


400 


400 


- 


- 


400 


CDFica 


25 


25 





0.8 


25 


CD Medicare 


6 


6 





3-3 


6 


CD Advertising 


25 


- 


25 


100.0 


l 


CD Departmental Expense 


lOO 


- 


100 


100.O 


25 


Total Emergency Management 


556 


431 


125 


22.6 


457 


HWP Gravel 


3,000 


5,329 


(2,329) 


(77-6) 


2,500 


HWP Rock 


500 


- 


500 


lOO.O 


1 


HWP Loam 


1 


- 


1 


IOO.O 


1 


HWP Manhole Covers 


1,000 


504 


496 


49.6 


1 


HWG Wages 


121,679 


124,138 


(2,459) 


(2.0) 


121,680 


HWG Wages-Overtime 


14,000 


13,700 


300 


2.1 


12,000 


HWY Health Insurance 


22,853 


27,336 


(4,483) 


(19.6) 


31,160 


HWY Grp Insurance Buy Out 


1 


55 


(54) 


*#* 


- 


HWY Dental Insurance 


1,508 


1,360 


148 


9-8 


1,970 


HWG FICA 


8,796 


9,207 


(411) 


(4-7) 


8,289 


HWG Medicare 


2,058 


2,008 


50 


2.4 


1,939 


HWY Retirement Contrib - Town 


13,387 


12,949 


438 


3-3 


13,536 


HWG Training 


50 


- 


50 


100.0 


50 


HWY Unemployment Comp 


893 


893 


- 


- 


1,050 


HWY Workers Compensation 


14,681 


14,677 


4 


0.0 


7,341 


HWY Uniforms 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


1,600 


HWY Compensation-Sick Time 


1 


- 


l 


100.0 


1 


HWG Engineering 


500 


4,200 


(3,700) 


#** 


500 


HWG Telephone 


700 


1,400 


(700) 


(99-9) 


1,525 


HWG Computer Expense 


800 


1,035 


(235) 


(29-3) 


700 


HWY Equipment Maintenance 


- 


313 


(313) 


(100.0) 


- 


HWG Pagers 


300 


322 


(22) 


(7-4) 


325 


HWG Electricity 


2,500 


2,595 


(95) 


(3-8) 


2,500 


HWG Fuel Oil 


3,000 


2,047 


953 


31-8 


3,000 


HWG Property Alarm Semces 


240 


240 


- 


- 


240 


HWG Building Maintenance 


2,500 


316 


2,184 


87.3 


2,500 


HWG Wood Fuel 


1,000 


1,100 


(100) 


(10.0) 


1,300 


HWG Advertising 


99 


87 


12 


12.1 


50 


HWG Equipment Hire-Grader 


3,500 


3,995 


(495) 


(14-1) 


5,000 


HWG Equipment Hire-Sweeper 


3,600 


3,ioo 


500 


13-9 


3,500 


HWG Equipment Hire Mowing 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


1 


HWG Gasoline 


1,500 


3,492 


(1,992) 


«»« 


3,500 


HWG Diesel 


8,000 


15,942 


(7,942) 


(99-3) 


17,000 


HWG Motor Oil 


1,000 


1,719 


(719) 


(71.9) 


1,000 


HWG Vehicle/Equip Maint & Rep 


16,000 


17,881 


(1,881) 


(11.8) 


16,000 


HWY Tires 


1,500 


1,325 


175 


11.6 


1,500 


HWG Departmental Supplies 


6,000 


8,083 


(2,083) 


(34-7) 


6,000 


HWG Paint 


750 


703 


47 


6.2 


750 


HWG Chloride 


2,000 


2,018 


(18) 


(0.9) 


1 


HWG Cold Patch 


1,500 


2,386 


(886) 


(59-i) 


2,500 


HWG Culverts 


500 


468 


32 


6.4 


1 


HWG Street Signs 


800 


250 


550 


68.8 


800 


HWG Truck Purchase 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


16,261 


HWG Mower Purchase 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


10,000 



108 











Variance 


% 








2010 


2010 


Under 


Under 


2011 


Acct Number 


Account Name 


Estimated 


Actual 


(Over) 


(Over) 

36.3 


Estimated 


01-4312.20-743 


HWG Road Maintenance/Rpr 


24,911 


15,870 


9,041 


45,ooo 


01-4312.40-110 


SW Salaries-Sidewalk 


1 


- 


1 


100.0 


1 


01-4312.40-220 


SW Fica 


1 


- 


1 


100.0 


1 


01-4312.40-225 


SW Medicare 


1 


- 


1 


100.0 


1 


01-4312.40-630 


SW Sidewalk Maintenance 


5,000 


3,479 


1,521 


30.4 


5,000 


01-4312.40-891 


SW Miscellaneous Expense 


1 


1,040 


(1,039) 


*«# 


1,040 


01-4312.50-530 


HWW Trucking 


3,ooo 


- 


3,000 


100.0 


1 


01-4312.50-660 


HWW Sidewalk Plow Maint & Repr 


750 


529 


221 


29-5 


750 


01-4312.50-684 


HWW Sand 


5,500 


2,630 


2,870 


52.2 


2,500 


01-4312.50-687 


HWW 7 Salt 


21,000 


17,701 


3,299 


15-7 


21,000 


01-4312.50-688 


HWW Plow Blades 


2,000 


1,920 


80 


4.0 


2,000 


01-4312.70-411 


HWW-Water/Sewer Rent 


175 


175 


1 


0.3 


175 




Total Highway 


325,037 


330,516 


(5,479) 


(1-7) 


377,042 


01-4313.10-430 


HWB Maintenance 


200 


- 


200 


100.0 


200 


01-4313.10-681 


HWB Bridge Paint 


IOO 


- 


100 


100.0 


100 




Total Bridge 


300 


- 


300 


100.0 


300 


01-4316.30-410 


SL Electricity Street Lights 


34,000 


39,634 


(5,634) 


(16.6) 


34,000 




Total Street Lighting 


34,000 


39,634 


(5,634) 


(16.6) 


34,000 


01-4323.10-390 


SWD Solid Waste Collection-Reg 


67,600 


67,600 


- 


- 


67,600 




Total Solid Wast Collection 


67,600 


67,600 


- 


- 


67,600 


01-4324.10-110 


SWD Wages Full Time 


34,319 


33490 


1,129 


3-3 


34,320 


01-4324.10-120 


SWD Wages Part Time 


6,000 


6,331 


(33i) 


(5-5) 


7,200 


01-4324.10-220 


SWD FICA 


2,501 


2,424 


77 


3-1 


2,575 


01-4324.10-225 


SWD Medicare 


586 


567 


19 


3-2 


603 


01-4324.10-250 


SWD Unemployment Comp 


183 


183 


- 


- 


200 


01-4324.10-260 


SWD Workers Compensation 


2,431 


2,431 


- 


- 


1,216 


01-4324.10-292 


SWD Compensation - Sick Time 


1 


- 


1 


100.0 


1 


01-4324.10-391 


SWD Groundwater Sampling 


2,200 


5,635 


(3,435) 


**« 


2,200 


01-4324.20-210 


SWD Health Insurance 


6,168 


5,880 


288 


4-7 


6,623 


01-4324.20-212 


SWD Dental Insurance 


365 


364 


l 


0.2 


476 


01-4324.20-230 


SWD Retirement Contrib - Town 


3,890 


3,333 


557 


14-3 


4,205 


01-4324.20-291 


SWD Uniforms 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


800 


01-4324.20-380 


SWD Equipment Maintenance 


2,500 


507 


1,993 


79-7 


1,500 


01-4324.20-430 


SWD Building Maint 


- 


- 


- 


(lOO.o) 


500 


01-4324.20-530 


SWD Trucking 


24,000 


20,376 


3,624 


15-1 


22,000 


01-4324.20-636 


SWD Diesel 


2,000 


3,221 


(1,221) 


(61.1) 


2,500 


01-4324.20-661 


SWD Tires 


750 


699 


51 


6-7 


5O0 


01-4324.20-835 


SWD Licenses 


100 


125 


(25) 


(25.0) 


125 


01-4324.40-540 


SWD SW Disposal (Carherry) 


73,606 


67,974 


5,632 


7-7 


66,000 


01-4324.40-892 


SWD Apportionment Fees 


17,773 


11,669 


6.104 


34-3 


10,956 


01-4324.60-541 


SWD CFC Removal 


700 


530 


170 


24-3 


700 


01-4324.90-240 


SWD Training/Tuition 


100 


IOO 


- 


- 


IOO 


01-4324.90-341 


SWD Telephone 


450 


796 


(346) 


(76.9) 


850 


01-4324.90-410 


SWD Electricity 


950 


1452 


(202) 


(21.2) 


1,000 


01-4324.90-551 


SWD Advertising 


50 


29 


21 


42.0 


50 


01-4324.90-680 


SWD Departmental Supplies 


700 


691 


9 


1.2 


700 


01-4324.90-691 


SWD Stickers 


700 


568 


132 


18.8 


600 


01-4324.90-840 


SWD Mileage 


200 


- 


200 


100.0 


50 




Total Solid Waste 


183,223 


168,776 


14,447 


7.9 


168,550 


01-4411.10-190 


HEALTH Health Officer 


500 


500 


- 


- 


500 


01-4411.10-220 


HEALTH FICA 


31 


31 


- 


- 


31 


01-4411.10-225 


HEALTH Medicare 


8 


7 


1 


9.4 


8 


01-4411.10-240 


Training 


1 


- 


1 


100.0 


50 


01-4411.10-610 


HEALTH Supplies 


199 


- 


199 


100.0 


150 


01-4414.10-393 


AC Veterinary Sendees 


1 


- 


1 


100.0 


1 


01-4414.10-394 


AC Kennel Sendees 


1 


- 


1 


100.0 


1 


01-4414.10-610 


AC Supplies 


1 


- 


1 


100.0 


1 




Total Health 


742 


538 


204 


27.5 


742 


01-4442.10-110 


GA Welfare Officer Wages 


8,840 


10,208 


(1,368) 


(15-5) 


6,630 


01-4442.10-220 


GA Fica 


549 


633 


(84) 


(15.3) 


412 


01-4442.10-225 


GA Medicare 


129 


148 


(19) 


(14.8) 


97 


01-4442.10-240 


GA Training/Meetings 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


100 



109 



Acct Number 

01-4442.10-850 

01-4442.10-851 

01-4442.10-852 

01-4442.10-853 

01-4442.10-891 

01-4442.20-250 

01-4442.20-260 

01-4444.10-814 

01-4520.10-685 



01-4550 
01-4550 
01-4550 
01-4550 
01-4550 
01-4550 
01-4550 
01-4550 
01-4550 



.20-110 
20-120 
.20-190 
20-220 
20-225 
20-250 
20-260 
20-890 
70-411 



01-4583.10-610 

01-4589.10-816 
01-4589.10-817 
01-4589.10-818 

01-4619.10-110 
01-4619.20-313 
01-4619.20-560 

01-4711.12-980 
01-4721.12-981 
01-4723.10-981 

01-4902.20-110 
01-4902.20-630 
01-4902.20-750 









Variance 


% 






2010 


2010 


Under 


Under 


2011 


Account Name 


Estimated 

600 


Actual 


(Over) 


(Over) 

89.2 


Estimated 


GA Direct Assistance Food 


65 


535 


500 


GA D Assistance Utilities&Fuei 


3,000 


1,084 


1,916 


63-9 


3,000 


GA Direct Assistance Rent 


12,000 


2,047 


9,953 


82.9 


10,000 


GA Direct Assistance Medicatio 


300 


- 


300 


100.0 


250 


GA Miscellaneous Expense 


- 


10 


(10) 


(100.0) 


50 


GA Unemployment Compensation 


42 


42 


- 


- 


50 


GA Workers Compensation 


80 


80 


- 


- 


50 


GA Charitable Organisations 


40,605 


40,605 


- 


- 


- 


Total General Assistance 


66,145 


54,922 


11,223 


17.0 


21,139 


REC Recreation Department 


74,920 


74,403 


517 


0.7 


72,575 


Total Recreation Transfer 


74,920 


74,403 


517 


0.7 


72,575 


LIB Librarian Wages 


18,720 


18,334 


386 


2.1 


19,192 


LIB Assistant Librarian 


10,092 


9,140 


952 


9-4 


10,166 


LIB Treasurer Wage 


600 


- 


600 


100.0 


- 


LIB Fica 


1,824 


1,703 


121 


6.6 


1,821 


LIB Medicare 


427 


398 


29 


6.7 


426 


LIB Unemployment Comp 


168 


168 


- 


- 


200 


LIB Workers Compensation 


1,159 


1,159 


- 


- 


100 


LIB-Appropriation 


18,901 


18,901 


- 


- 


17,860 


LIB Water/Sewer Rent 


500 


453 


47 


9-4 


550 


Total Library 


52,391 


50,257 


2,134 


4.1 


50,315 


PA Patriotic Appropriation 


1,000 


956 


44 


4-4 


1,000 


Total Patriotic Purposes 


1,000 


956 


44 


4.4 


1,000 


GEN Christmas Organization 


2,500 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


GEN Cal Ripken 


2,500 


2,500 


- 


- 


- 


GEN Groveton Chem Free 


1,500 


1,500 


- 


- 


- 


Total Other Culture 


6,500 


6,500 


- 


- 


- 


CC Forest Maintenance 


9,000 


5,914 


3,086 


34-3 


9,000 


CC Forester Services 


600 


527 


73 


12,1 


600 


CC Dues/Meetings 


400 


305 


95 


23.8 


400 


Total Conservation Comm 


10,000 


6,747 


3,253 


32.5 


10,000 


DSPRIN-1990 Issue-Trans Statn 


5,000 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


DSINT 1990 Issue Trans Station 


178 


178 


1 


0.3 


- 


DSTAN-Interest 


3,000 


4,128 


(1,128) 


(37-6) 


6,000 


Total Principal & Interest Pd 


8,178 


9,306 


(1,128) 


(13.8) 


6,000 


CO - Medium Duty Truck 


18,250 


16,260 


1,990 


10.9 


- 


CO-Pick Up Truck 


7,000 


7,000 





O.O 


- 


Police Cruiser 


- 


140 


(140) 


(lOO.O) 


- 


Total Capital Outlay 


25,250 


23,400 


1,850 


73 


- 


General Fund Totals 


1,861,732 


1,816,826 


44,906 


2.4 


1,823,819 



Water Fund Expenditures 

02-4331.10-240 WAT Training 

02-4331.10-341 WAT Telephone 

02-4331.10-342 WAT Computer Expense 

02-4331.10-395 WAT Pagers 

02-4331.10-551 WAT Advertising 

02-4331-10-620 WAT Office Supplies 

02-4331.10-625 WAT Postage 

02-4331.10-740 WAT Equipment Purchase 

02-4331. 12-130 WAT Salary TC/TX 

02-4331.12-131 WAT Deputy TC/TX Wages 

02-4331-12-220 WAT TC/TX & Dep TC/TX Fica 

02-4331.12-225 WAT TC/TX & Dep TC/TX Medi 

02-4331.13-110 WAT Salary Admin Assistant 

02-4331.13-111 WAT PT Admin Assist Wages 

02-4331.13-220 WAT Admin Assistant Fica 

02-4331.13-225 WAT Admin Assistant Medicare 

02-433i-i4-2io WAT Group Insurance Medical 



525 

2,200 

300 

210 

150 

500 

650 

17,000 

5,200 

1,664 



2,548 
1,664 



22,853 



375 


150 


28.6 


2,524 


(324) 


(14-7) 


1,320 


(1,020) 


*»* 


161 


49 


233 


41 


109 


72.7 


356 


144 


28.9 


1,115 


(465) 


(71-5) 


18,214 


(1,214) 


(7-1) 


5,168 


33 


0.6 


1,563 


101 


6.1 


338 


(338) 


(100.0) 


79 


(79) 


(lOO.O) 


2,297 


251 


9-9 


1,563 


101 


6.1 


192 


(192) 


(100.0) 


45 


(45) 


(100.0) 


21,762 


1,091 


4.8 



525 
2,500 
1,670 

200 
100 
300 
600 
7,500 

5,200 
1,664 



2,548 
1,664 



24,534 



110 



Acet Number 



02-4331 
02-4331 
02-4331 
02-4331 
02-4331 
02-4331 
02-4331 
02-4331 
02-4331 
02-4331 
02-4331 
02-4331 
02-4331. 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332 
02-4332, 
02-4335 
02-4335. 
02-4335. 
02-4335- 
02-4335- 
02-4335 



.14-212 
.14-220 
.14-225 
14-230 
14-250 
,14-260 
,14-292 
15-130 
15-220 
15-225 
20-291 
20-310 

30-391 

.30-110 

.30-140 

30-220 

.30-225 

.30-570 

•30-574 

.30-630 

•30-635 

.30-636 

.30-660 

.30-661 

,30-680 

.30-684 

•30-731 

30-740 

30-743 

30-840 

.30-880 

30-980 

30-981 

30-982 

30-983 

10-410 

10-411 

10-630 

10-631 

IO-637 

10-691 









Variance 


% 






2010 


2010 


Under 


Under 


2011 


Account Name 


Estimated 

1,508 


Actual 

1,539 


(Over) 

(3i) 


(Over) 

(2.1) 


Estimated 


WAT Group Insurance Dental 


1,970 


WAT PICA 


- 


56 


(56) 


(100.0) 


- 


WAT Medicare 


- 


13 


(13) 


(100.0) 


- 


WAT Retirement Contrib - Town 


7,959 


9,643 


(1,684) 


(21.2) 


8,931 


WAT Unemployment Comp 


473 


473 


- 


- 


550 


WAT Workers Compensation 


1,952 


1,952 


- 


- 


976 


WAT Comp Sick Time 


l 


1,090 


(1,089) 


*•»* 


1 


WAT Salaries Selectmen 


- 


10 


(10) 


(100.0) 


- 


WAT Selectmen Fica 


- 


1 


(1) 


(100.0) 


- 


WAT Selectmen Medicare 


- 





(0) 


(100.0) 


- 


WAT Uniforms 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


1,300 


WAT Engineering 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


1 


WAT Laboratory Test 


6,000 


6,587 


(587) 


(9-8) 


6,000 


WAT Wages-Regular 


62,119 


59,997 


2,122 


3-4 


66,120 


WAT Wages-Overtime 


11,150 


9,682 


1,468 


13-2 


11,000 


WAT Fica 


5,331 


4,461 


870 


16.3 


5,469 


WAT Medicare 


1,224 


1,043 


181 


14.8 


1,279 


WAT Equipment Hire Grader 


500 


500 


- 


- 


500 


WAT Equipment Hire Other 


1,000 


1,148 


(148) 


(14-8) 


1,000 


WAT Maintenance/Repair Supply 


15,000 


11,259 


3,741 


24.9 


13,500 


WAT Gasoline 


750 


2,190 


(1,440) 


*fc* 


2,000 


WAT Diesel Fuel 


1,800 


1,706 


94 


5-2 


1,800 


WAT Vehicle Maintenance 


1,000 


1,633 


(633) 


(63.3) 


1,000 


WAT Tires 


500 


375 


125 


25.0 


500 


WAT Departmental Supplies 


6,500 


4,865 


1,635 


25.1 


5,5O0 


WAT Gravel 


750 


750 


- 


- 


1,000 


WAT Paving 


2,000 


2,000 


- 


- 


2,000 


WAT Equipment Purchase 


- 


180 


(180) 


(100.0) 


- 


WAT Truck Purchase 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


7,000 


WAT Mileage 


2,500 


2,769 


(269) 


(10.8) 


1,500 


WAT Pump Station Maint Exp 


2,400 


943 


1,457 


60.7 


2,400 


DSPRIN 2002 WATER PROJECT 


47,929 


47,929 


- 


- 


47,929 


DSINT-2002 WATER PROJECT 


48,887 


48,887 


(0) 


(0.0) 


46,850 


DSPRIN 1994 WATER 


90,000 


90,000 


- 


- 


90,000 


DSINT 1994 W r ATER 


21,150 


21,150 


- 


- 


15,863 


WAT Electricity 


44,000 


40,430 


3,570 


8.1 


40,000 


WAT Fuel Oil 


5,000 


3,618 


1,382 


27.6 


3,5O0 


WAT Water Meter Maint/Rpr 


500 


263 


237 


47-3 


5O0 


WAT Water Meter Supplies 


250 


3,486 


(3,236) 


«.*# 


3,000 


WAT Propane 


800 


583 


217 


27.1 


800 


WAT Chemicals 


5,100 


2,877 


2,223 


43-6 


4,000 


Water Fund Totals 


451,497 


443,201 


8,296 


1.8 


444,744 



Sewer Fund Expenditures 



03-4326.10-110 SEW Wages-Regular 

03-4326.10-140 SEW Wages-Overtime 

03-4326.10-220 SEW Fica 

03-4326.10-225 SEW Medicare 

03-4326.10-240 SEW Training 

03-4326.10-430 SEW Building Maintenance 

03-4326.10-544 SEW Catch Basin Cleaning 

03-4326.10-570 SEW Equipment Hire Grader 

03-4326.10-573 SEW Equipment Hire Mower 

03-4326.10-575 SEW Equipment Hire Compressor 

03-4326.10-630 SEW Maintenance/Repair Supply 

03-4326.10-631 SEW Northumberland Village 

03-4326.10-632 SEW Brooklyn St. 

03-4326.10-635 SEW Gasoline 

03-4326.10-636 SEW Diesel 



42,119 


41,523 


596 


M 


42,120 


11,150 


8,019 


3,i3i 


28.1 


11,000 


3,990 


3,186 


804 


20.1 


3,981 


934 


745 


189 


20.2 


931 


500 


120 


380 


76.0 


500 


300 


. 


300 


100.0 


2,000 


11,000 


10,850 


150 


1-4 


10,000 


500 


500 


- 


- 


500 


1,550 


1,550 


- 


- 


1,550 


250 


- 


250 


100.0 


250 


8,500 


io,549 


(2,049) 


(24.1) 


8,000 


6,000 


8,234 


(2,234) 


(37-2) 


6,000 


300 


160 


140 


46.6 


300 


750 


2,190 


(1,440) 


*i"4r-» 


2,000 


1,800 


1,843 


(43) 


(2.4) 


1,800 



111 



Acct Number 

03-4326.10-637 

03-4326.10-660 

03-4326.10-680 

03-4326.10-684 

03-4326.10-687 

03-4326.10-740 

03-4326.10-835 

03-4326.10-840 

03-4326.20-291 

03-4326.20-661 

03-4326.30-391 

03-4326.30-410 

03-4326.30-691 

03-4326.50-310 

03-4326.50-342 

03-4326.50-395 

03-4326.50-491 

03-4326.50-551 

03-4326.50-620 

03-4326.50-625 

03-4326.50-740 

03-4326.52-130 

03-4326.52-131 

03-4326.52-220 

03-4326.52-225 

03-4326.53-no 

03-4326.53-120 

03-4326.53-220 

03-4326.53-225 

03-4326.54-210 

03-4326.54-212 

03-4326.54-220 

03-4326.54-225 

03-4326.54-230 

03-4326.54-250 

03-4326.54-260 

03-4326.54-292 

03-4326.55-130 

03-4326.55-220 

03-4326.55-225 

03-4326.57-120 

03-4326.57-220 

03-4326.57-225 

03-4326.70-730 

03-4326.70-980 

03-4326.70-981 



Account Name 



SEW Propane 

SEW Vehicle Maintenance 

SEW Departmental Supplies 

SEW Gravel 

SEW Manhole Covers 

SEW Equipment Purchase 

SEW Wastewater Certify License 

SEW Mileage 

SEW Uniforms 

SEW Tires 

SEW Laboratory Test 

SEW Electricity 

SEW Chemicals 

SEW Engineering 

SEW Computer Expense 

SEW Pagers 

SEW Telephone 

SEW Advertising 

SEW Office Supplies 

SEW Postage 

SEW Equipment Purchase 

SEW Salary TC/TX 

SEW Dep TC/TX Wages 

SEW TC/TX Fica 

SEW TC/TX Medicare 

SEW Salary Admin Assistant 

SEW Salary PT Admin Asst 

SEW Admin Assistant Fica 

SEW Admin Assistant Medicare 

SEW Health Insurance 

SEW Group Insurance Dental 

SEW FICA 

SEW Medicare 

SEW Retirement Contrib-Town 

SEW Unemployment Comp 

SEW Workers Compensation 

SEW Comp Sick Time 

SEW Salaries, Selectmen 

SEW Selectmen Fica 

SEW Selectmen Medicare 

SEW Salary PT Admin Assist 

SEW Salary PT Admin Asst Fica 

SEW PT Admin Assist Medi 

SEW Leachfield Project 

DSPRIN 2002 SEWER PROJECT 

DSINT 2002 SEWER PROJECT 







Variance 


% 




2010 


2010 


Under 


Under 


2011 


Estimated 


Actual 


(Over) 


(Over) 


Estimated 


1,100 


529 


57i 


51-9 


750 


1,000 


2,294 


(1,294) 


*** 


1,000 


4,500 


14,801 


(10,301) 


•»»# 


4,500 


750 


710 


40 


5-3 


1,000 


1,500 


1,500 





O.O 


1,000 


1,500 


1,500 


- 


- 


- 


100 


50 


50 


50.0 


100 


1 


117 


(116) 


*#* 


1 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


1,300 


500 


375 


125 


25.0 


500 


18,000 


15,578 


2,422 


13-5 


18,000 


28,000 


31,742 


(3,742) 


(13-4) 


28,000 


14,500 


12,314 


2,186 


15.1 


14,000 


3,ooo 


6,316 


(3,316) 


*«* 


3,000 


300 


- 


300 


100.0 


350 


100 


161 


(61) 


(6i.l) 


175 


925 


2,288 


(1,363) 


**■» 


2,400 


- 


- 


- 


(100.0) 


1 


300 


29 


271 


90.4 


300 


650 


1,152 


(502) 


(77-3) 


600 


- 


180 


(180) 


(100.0) 


- 


5,200 


5,168 


33 


0.6 


5,200 


1,664 


338 


1,326 


79-7 


1,664 


- 


262 


(262) 


(100.0) 


- 


- 


61 


(61) 


(100.0) 


- 


2,548 


2,297 


251 


9-9 


2,548 


- 


34 


(34) 


(100.0) 


- 


- 


163 


(163) 


(100.0) 


- 


- 


38 


(38) 


(100.0) 


- 


16,686 


15,883 


803 


4-8 


17,909 


i,H4 


1,168 


(24) 


(2.1) 


1,495 


- 


56 


(56) 


(100.0) 


- 


- 


13 


(13) 


(100.0) 


- 


6,072 


4,H3 


1,959 


32.3 


6,500 


347 


347 


- 


- 


400 


1,202 


1,202 


- 


- 


601 


1 


1,090 


(1,089) 


$r4Hr 


1 


- 


10 


(10) 


(100.0) 


- 


- 


1 


(1) 


(100.O) 


- 


- 





(0) 


(100.0) 


- 


1,664 


2,754 


(1,090) 


(65.5) 


1,664 


- 


152 


(152) 


(100.0) 


- 


- 


36 


(36) 


(100.0) 


- 


6,000 


6,887 


(887) 


(14.8) 


8,000 


47,929 


47,929 


- 


- 


47,929 


48,887 


48,887 


(0) 


(0.0) 


46,850 



Sewer Fund Totals 



305,713 



319,994 (14,281) 



(4.7) 



308,670 



112 



Acct Number 



Account Name 







Variance 


% 




2010 


2010 


Under 


Under 


20U 


Estimated 


Actual 


(Over) 


(Over) 


Estimated 



Recreation Fund Expenditures 



09-4520.10-190 


REC Wages 


09-4520.10-195 


REC Busing 


09-4520.10-220 


REC PICA 


09-4520.10-225 


REC Medicare 


09-4520.10-240 


REC Training 


09-4520.10-260 


REC Workers Compensation 


09-4520.10-341 


REC Telephone 


09-4520.10-410 


REC Electricity 


09-4520.10-411 


REC Water / Sewer Expense 


09-4520.10-425 


REC Propane 


09-4520.10-430 


REC Building Maintenance 


09-4520.10-435 


REC Pool Building Facilities 


09-4520.10-551 


REC Advertising 


09-4520.10-680 


REC Program Supplies 


09-4520.10-690 


REC Program Equipment 


09-4520.10-691 


REC Pool Chemicals 


09-4520.10-861 


REC Babe Ruth 


09-4520.10-862 


REC Entertainment & Trips 


09-4520.10-863 


REC Halloween 


09-4903.10-630 


REC Expenses 



34,000 


34,803 


(803) 


(2.4) 


34,802 


1,000 


250 


750 


75-0 


1,000 


2,108 


2,158 


(50) 


(2.4) 


2458 


493 


505 


(12) 


(2.4) 


505 


500 


250 


250 


50.0 


500 


2,019 


2,019 


- 


- 


1,010 


1,200 


1,910 


(710) 


(59.1) 


1,900 


5,500 


5,924 


(424) 


(7-7) 


6,000 


16,500 


10,521 


5,979 


36.2 


12.000 


3,200 


459 


2,741 


85.6 


2,500 


1,000 


4,616 


(3,6i6) 


*** 


1,500 


250 


5,162 


(4,912) 


»## 


1,000 


100 


225 


(125) 


«#« 


250 


2,000 


2,587 


(587) 


(29.4) 


1,500 


500 


596 


(96) 


(19-2) 


500 


3,200 


3,294 


(94) 


(2.9) 


3,200 


750 


526 


224 


29.9 


750 


- 


316 


(316) 


(100.O) 


1,500 


600 


- 


600 


100.0 


- 


- 


6,110 


(6,110) 


(100.0) 


- 



Recreation Fund Totals 



74,920 



82,231 



(7,3«) 



(9.8) 



72,575 



Police Special Detail Fund Expenditures 



14-4210.10-190 
14-4210.10-220 
14-4210.10-225 
14-4210.10-231 



SD Police Special Detail Wage 

SD Fica 

SD Medicare 

SD Retirement Contrib bv Town 



,801 


(9,801) 


(lOO.O) 


618 


(618) 


(100.0) 


145 


(145) 


(lOO.O) 


200 


(200) 


(lOO.O) 



Police Special Detail Fund Totals 



10,764 



(10,764) (100.0) 



Total Consolidated Funds * 



2,618,942 2,598,611 



20,331 



0.8 



2,577,233 



Note: 2011 estimated budget does not include warrant article.' 

* - The recreation fund totals are a breakdown of the amount the general fund transferred to the recreation and therefore these totals are not 
included in the consolided fund amount. 

The recreation actual includes expenditures directly offset by program revenue.' 




113 



Treasurer Reconciliation of Cash 

Balance (Beginning of Year 2010) $12,520.56 

Balance (End of Year 2010) $336,915.03 

Balance in Banks 

General Checking $336,915.03 

Water Acct (MBIA) $210,169.38 

Sewer Acct (MBIA) $124,294.87 

Northumberland /Groveton RBEG Revitalization (MBIA) $29,026.54 

Forest Maintenance Acct $22,504.08 

General Fund (MBIA) $9,093.74 

Transfer Station Bond Certificate of Deposit $18,200.29 

Revolving Recreation Dept Fund (MBIA) $7,918.00 

Forestry Fund (MBIA) $109,963.15 

Commercial Sweep Acct o Transferred to General Checking Acct 

Forestry Acct o (closed 11/2010 transferred to Forestry Fund MBIA) 

Forest Maintenance CD $59,139.32 

Pool Fund (MBIA) $354.71 

Police Department (MBIA) $184.76 

Water Meter (MBIA) $15,612.53 

Police Acct $301.85 

Respectfully Submitted 

Melody Barney, Treasurer 



114 



General Assistance Administrator 



There have been some significant changes as well as significant savings in the 
General Assistance Department this past year. We started by changing the 
assistance levels. Rather than give 2 weeks worth of rent we now pay on a weekly 
basis. We allow 100 gallons of fuel maximum and electric only the current month 
due to keep clients from getting disconnected. We drastically changed the food 
voucher system. The voucher designed allowing for only foods on the voucher, 
which is the Basic Food group. If clients try and purchase items not on the 
voucher then the voucher is deemed invalid. There are also expiration dates on 
vouchers as well. 

This year we had 43 applicants of which only 12 qualified for assistance as 
opposed to last year, which we had 49 applicants of which 21 qualified. The 
Savings this year was $3997.15. 



200Q Totals - $6,667,45 



Rent 



Electric 



Fuel 



Food 



Other 



$5,857.75 $392.70 $0 $417.00 $10.00 Gas 



Rent 



2010 Totals - $2,670.30 
Electric Fuel 



Food 



Other 



$1,722.54 I $332.85 J $509.91 1 $65.00 I $40.00 Gas 



Respectfully Submitted, 



Judith Szurley 

General Assistance Administrator 




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-GROVETON AMBULANCE CORPS- 

2010 saw a decrease in overall call volume for the Groveton Ambulance Corps having responded 
to 611 calls with 412 being 911 emergency calls, 98 interfacility transfers, and 101 being fire standbys, 
public services, and general assistance calls. We billed out a total amount of $288,477.09. We brought in 
a total of $263,524.37 with $228,354.22 coming from bills sent out in 2010. Money was also collected 
from the five towns which contract with us in the total amount of $22,712.50. The final money which 
came in was from lawyers who needed paper work from us, and contract fees collected from Riverside 
Speedway and the Team O'Neil Rally School and Car Control Center totaling $12,457.65. 

In early March 2010, the town of Bloomfieid, Vermont voted to contract with the town of 
Northumberland to provide ambulance services for its residents. The town of Northumberland now 
contracts with the towns of Stark and Stratford m New Hampshire, and the towns of Maidstone, 
Brunswick and Bloomfieid in Vermont to provide ambulance service. 

The collection agency that we began using in 2009 in order to assist us in getting overdue bills 
paid has been working out well. The collection agency has been working on collecting overdue bills 
dating back to the year 2000 up through, in some cases, 2010. Once contacted by either the ambulance 
billing department or the collection agency, the patient who owes on a bill has the option to either 
contact their insurance company to inquire about payment for the ambulance service, have the 
ambulance billing department contact the patients insurance company with the necessary information 
to file a claim if this has not all ready been done, pay the bill in full, or set up a reasonable payment plan. 

In April, Sam Oakes was voted Attendant of the year by his peers and fellow attendants on the 
corps, then in October the Northern New Hampshire Emergency Medical Services Council awarded Sam 
the 2010 Youth Award. This award is given to an outstanding North Country youth, ages 14 through 21, 
who has exhibited an outstanding drive, dedication and commitment to the field of Emergency Medical 
Services. 




Sam Oakes, the Northern New Hampshire Emergency Medical Services Council 2010 Youth Award recipient. 



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As in any service we are also committed to the advancement of our attendants. There were two 
NREMT First Responder courses. Two attendants attended a course in Dalton over the summer months 
and one attendant attended a course in Gorham during the winter months. There was a NREMT Basic 
course held during the spring in Colebrook which two attendants attended. Four attendants successfully 
completed a NREMT Intermediate course that began in fall 2009 and ended in spring 2010 in Gorham. 
Every two years licensed personnel must re-certify by completing a 24 hour refresher course in addition 
to receiving 48 hours of continuing education which keeps them up to date with the new standards 
implemented by the state while also keeping their skills sharp. All this, plus keeping current with 
specialized licenses, CPR, and the mandatory 12 hours a month of mandatory service to the ambulance 
corps, shows the dedication our volunteers have. We are very proud of our dedicated ambulance 
personnel and hope that you see the sacrifices they make serving their community. 

In the early summer months, a second per diem paramedic was hired. With two paramedics 
now on staff, we have been able to take interfacility transfers that we would have had to turn down in 
previous years, as we had not been able to provide the level of care needed for the transfer. By taking 
more of these high level transfers, we have been able to generate more income by being able to bill 
more patients overall, but also for the higher level of care which they received. 

As of the end of 2010, the make-up of the ambulance corps is as follows: 

CPR Certified Drivers/EMT Students: 14 

NREMT-FR: 9 

NREMT-B: 10 

NREMT-I: 8 

NREMT-P/CCEMT-P: 2 

Total Personnel: 43 

Jim and I would like to thank our attendants for their dedication and sacrifices. The hours, 
holidays, and personal time away from their families should be recognized. To their families, our 
heartfelt thanks as well. The town of Northumberland and the Groveton Ambulance Corps is very lucky 
to have these talented and dedicated volunteers. 



Respectfully submitted by: 




Sandra L Mason, NREMT-I, NHFF-1 
Ambulance Administrator/EMS Director 




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JameT R. Gibson, Jr., NREMT-I, NHFF-1 
Assistant Ambulance Director/EMS Director 



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ANDROSCOGGIN VALLEY REGIONAL REFUSE DISPOSAL DISTRICT 

2010 ANNUAL REPORT OF DISTRICT ACTIVITIES 



The AVRRDD 2010 Budget apportionment for our member municipalities totaled $456,700. A 
surplus of S245.659.21 from the 2009 budget was used to reduce apportionments with a net budget of 
$211,040.79 being billed to the member municipalities. The proportionate share of the credit for the Town 
of Northumberland was S24.150.37 reducing your gross apportionment of $35,819.86 • to SI 1,669.49. 
Preliminary reconciliation of the 2010 budget shows a surplus of approximately $209,586.63 being 
available to credit toward 201 1 apportionments. In addition, for 201 1, member municipalities will only be 
billed fifty percent (50%) of their net apportionment due with the other fifty percent (50%) being covered 
by the Mt. Carberry Landfill Budget. 

Our Materials Recycling Facility marketed a total of 2,358.45 tons of recyclables, for the period 
January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2010, representing $133,652.68 of marketing income to the District. 

For calendar year 2010, our Transfer Station received 2,592 deliveries from District residents for a 
total of 699.62 tons of bulky waste and construction and demolition debris. In addition, our 274 
commercial accounts delivered 267.13 tons of bulky waste and construction and demolition debris and 
405.67 tons of wood. Recycling at the Transfer Station consisted of 1,334.22 tons of wood that was 
processed through a grinder, 422.02 tons of scrap metal 220.80 tons of leaf and yard waste and 327.33 tons 
of brush which was chipped with the District owned chipper. In addition, 387 refrigerators/air 
conditioners; 801 propane tanks; 5,131 tires; 21,280 feet of fluorescent bulbs; 957 fluorescent U tubes and 
HID lamps; 474 pounds of ballasts and 59.88 tons of electronics were recycled. We also received 2,340 
gallons of waste oil from our residents which was used in our waste oil furnace to heat the recycling center. 
Transfer Station recycling income totaled S49 ,244.75, The Recycling Center and Transfer Station are 
operated, under contract with the District, by FERCO Recycling, Inc. of Berlin. 

Election of officers was held at the District Annual Meeting in April 2010: Linda Cushman of 
Jefferson was re-elected Chairman: Ray Aube of Randolph was elected Vice Chairman and Clara Grover of 
Errol was re-elected Secretary-Treasurer. Other District Representatives are: Allen Wentworth of 
Dummer, Yves Zornio of Gorham, Thomas McCue of Berlin, Paul Grenier for the Coos County 
Unincorporated Places, Mickey Miller of Milan, Winston Hawes of Northumberland and George Bennett 
of Stark. 

In June, the District conducted its nineteenth annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day. 
The collection was held at the District Transfer Station with 279 households participating. The project was 
funded through the District Household Hazardous Waste Fund with a $20,000 payment from the Mt. 
Carberry Landfill Budget. No assessment was made to the District communities. In addition, a grant from 
the State of New Hampshire reimbursed the District at nineteen cents (S.l 9) per capita. The next 
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day will be held Saturday, June 4, 201 1 at the District Transfer 
Station. 

2010 was the eighth year of operations for the AVRRDD- Mt. Carberry Landfill. Since 
purchasing the landfill in December 2002. no assessments have been made to the District municipalities for 
Mt. Carberry Landfill operations, with income raised through landfill tipping fees covering operating 
expenses. The landfill is operated, under contract with the District, by Cianbro Corp. 

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Sharon E. Gauthier 
Executive Director 



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Northumberland Cemetery Trustees 

2010 



The Northumberland Cemetery Trustees would like to take this 
opportunity to let the town's people know where we stand with the cemetery. 
First of all we would like to thank all of you who have supported us in the past 
year with your words of encouragement and in giving us ideas where to look for 
funding to fix our riverbank. 

We (Becky Craggy and Terri Charron) have applied for a couple more 
grants trying to obtain funds to fix the River's Edge and to stop the erosion. We 
were turned down again, but haven't given up hope. The Natural Resources and 
Conservation Service (NCRS) have a new program and we are trying to get 
assistance through that. The Selectmen have given us permission to use up to 
$25,000 of the $30,000 we have set aside to get some engineering work on the 
project done. This will help us in applying for grants as we need to know a more 
accurate price range that we are looking at to completely fix this problem. 

We would like to welcome back John and Sharon Welch for the mowing of 
the cemetery and around the Meeting House. We have a few monuments in the 
oldest section of the cemetery that need repair or replacement that will take place 
this year. And we refuse to give up on trying to get the riverbank fixed. 

We would also like to thank Becky Craggy for her continued help with the 
difficult job of trying to find funding for the riverbank project. 

Hopefully we will be able to find and receive funds to fix the riverbank 
problem and have better news for all next year. All we can say is that we are 
working hard to get this problem solved so we can feel secure about having loved 
ones in our Town Cemetery. 

We, the Cemetery Trustees, wish you all a healthy and prosperous year. 



Respectfully Submitted; 
Northumberland Cemetery Trustees 
Reginald & Terri Charron 
Thomas Covell 



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Groveton Community Christmas 

2010 



The Groveton Community Christmas Committee began meeting this fall at 
the American Legion to plan this year's festivities. Members involved are: Jodi 
Paradis, Terry Beland, Betsy Young, Diana Brann, Deb LaFlamme, Amy 
Meurnier, Linda Jewell, Michele Ladd, and representing the Fire Department were 
Terry Bedell, Rich Brooks , and Mike Cloutier. 

It was decided that on November 2 1 st the streets lights were to go up with 
the generous help from Kenny Boutin, the Perras Ace boom truck and the Fire 
Department. 

The little park would get decorated with lighted garland, ribbons and spiral 
Christmas trees. The Meeting House would be decorated with a wreath and big 
beautiful ribbons under each window. 

December 1 8 was the date chosen for the annual Community Christmas 
Party starting with the delivery of 308 baskets. Thank you to St. Marguerite 
d"Youville for housing our distribution of the fruit baskets and we would like to 
thank all of the drivers for delivering them. To help keep our basket list updated, 
please notify Terry Beland or Diana Brann. 

We continued to combine our effects with the Fire Department's Annual 
Hayride. Santa and Mrs. Claus hosted a grand party with free drawings all night 
long, with wonderful hayrides and plenty of refreshments. 

"Thank You" to all who helped by supporting our fundraisers, volunteers, 
generous donations, and the Taxpayers of Groveton, who once again showed their 
support by voting through the warrant article that makes most of what we do 
possible. 

This year we were able to light up our beautiful covered bridge. The 
Groveton Fire Department spent two days climbing and stringing the new LED 
lights. We were disappointed that the train did not light consistently. We also 
noticed after the intersection was decorated that two of the bells (even after much 
work) were not lighting. So our goal for next year is to see if we can fix the 
lighting situation on the train and to begin to address the decorations at the 
intersection of Main and State Streets. 




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NORTHUMBERLAND CONSERVATION COMMITTEE 



2010 REPORT 



The Northumberland Conservation Commission continues to oversee the management of the 
Bag Hill Town Forest and the Watershed Town Forest as their primary responsibility. The CC 
also monitors Intents to Cut and wetland permits. 

There were no timber sales on the Town Forests in 2010. The market for pulpwood and sawlogs 
is still depressed due the recession. As the market improves in the future the CC will conduct 
timber sales that are consistent with our management plan. 

The monies that the CC has raised from timber sales are deposited in a forestry account that is 
restricted in the way it can be used. The CC has been restricted by legal consul in the past when 
we proposed spending these monies for different projects. The only way they can be spent now 
is if an article is approved at town meeting. If the monies were deposited in a conservation fund 
then the CC could authorize the use of these monies for conservation purposes without further 
approval. This would give the CC more flexibility to respond to conservation needs in a timely 
manner. At town meeting in 2010 we had a article that would of established the conservation 
fund. The article was not approved by DRA and was passed over at the town meeting. We have 
rewritten the article and will bring it before the 2011 town meeting. We are asking for your 
support of this article. 

Two projects that the CC completed this year was the continued improvements to the Bag Hill 
Road and maintaining the wildlife opening on Bag Hill by having them mowed with a brush hog. 



The CC meets every third Wed of the month Sept. to June. Our meetings are always open to 
the public. 

Respectively submitted, 

Ed Mellett, Chairman 




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GREAT 

(Groveton Regional Economic Action Team) 

Report to the Community of Northumberland 

With the Coos economic picture at a seeming standstill and unemployment the highest in the state, 
GREAT continues to be an advocate for the economic viability and the eager workforce of this area. 
Our efforts to bring a Business Park to Groveton remain ongoing, plans to convert the Train Station 
into a community asset remain a committed focus, while repurposing of the mill property holds our 
highest priority. 

In our efforts to attract businesses to our area we have partnered with other area organizations 
having similar goals. We meet with NCIC, CEDS, and the local chapter of the Chamber of Commerce, 
also with the Rotary, and Lions Club. GREAT also meets regularly with members of the Local and 
State officials charged with economic development to provide support in their efforts. 

This past year saw the roll out of a revolving loan fund available to Groveton businesses offering low 
cost loans for upgrades, Capital Improvements, or to grow the business. More information can be 
found at the town office along with the application. Applications can also be found at the local banks. 
Access to these funds is time limited so any interested business should learn about the qualifications 
soon. 

Our Community events will continue with the 5 th annual Sno-X and Paddlefest this year. We will 
again support the Graymist Fiddlefest. Additionally we're looking into other fund raising efforts. We 
hope to partner with other organizations holding events in an effort to attract larger audiences and 
greater returns. The GREAT web site will have a community calendar that community events and 
other functions can be posted to. Information on how to post can be located at www.greatnh.org . 

This past year we purchased and planted a row of High Bush Blueberry plants across the river bank 
at the covered bridge. Research has told us that these plants, as they grow, become a deterrent to the 
geese who are now residing there. We purchased several picnic tables that were placed there for 
visitors and residents alike to enjoy. There are a few remaining funds delegated to this area that will 
be used on areas in need of paint this summer. 

GREAT remains committed to this community and seeks like minded residents to join our efforts. 

Submitted Respectfully; 

GREAT Board of Directors 

Claire Prosper President 

Brian Bresnahan Vice President 

Samantha Young Secretary Treasurer 

Troy Merner Board Member 

Bob Roby Board Member 

Keith Young Board Member 




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THE MEETING HOUSE-2010 

We had another good year at the "old house". It is a joy to be there and to 
see what Northumberland (Groveton) used to be. It is still our "little old 
historic town". 

There were several people in this year looking for information on their 
ancestors, either born, lived or died here. 

We had a great gift to our building from Charlie Kipp of Lancaster. He was 
given many books on our state and our area and he thought of us. We told 
him they would be a great addition, accepted them and thanked him for 
thinking of us. 

We had flowers and money donated to us for the building. Some flowers to 
go along the railing and one under the sign out in front The money we had 
donated bought frames and a few items that we wanted for the building. 
The donors were Mona Riendeau (flowers), Betty Paradis and Jodi 
Shannon (flowers) and money from Barry Normandeau and the Bill Bairds 
from Lancaster. Their kindness and generousity was much appreciated. 

The building was open for twelve (12) week-ends and we closed on Labor 
Day. 

In October we reopened for a few hours because of a request of the third 
grade teachers, Mrs. Brenda Tilton and Mrs. Angie Brown. The twenty-four 
(24) students visited the Potato Bam, the Cemetery, Fort Wentworth and 
the Meeting House. We are always glad to give of our time to benefit the 
children. 

We are looking forward to another year- — 2011. 




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Regional Planning Commission & Economic Development District 

The Cottage at the Rocks 

107 Glessner Road 

Bethlehem, New Hampshire 03574 

(603) 444-6303 FAX: (603) 444-7588 

E-mail: nccinc@nccouncil.org 

December 2010 



Dear Friends, 

We would like to thank all of you for your support of the North Country Council this past year. We 
have made a number of positive changes and completed a number of projects throughout the region. 
Once again, we reaffirmed the Council's commitment to serve community and regional needs. 

We continued to deliver planning and economic development services throughout the region. We 
have continued with our traditional programs in master planning, natural resource planning, 
Brownftelds Assessments and transportation planning, and these will continue to be a focus of North 
Country Council. 

As many of you have seen, there is also a renewed emphasis on energy planning and in partnership 
with the Office of Energy and Planning; we have offered technical assistance to a number of 
communities in regards to energy efficiency. We have developed and published regional guidelines 
for the North Country to assist them in identifying developments of regional impact in their 
communities. 

We continue to be very active in transportation planning and partnering with the Department of 
Transportation help in developing projects for the Transportation Enhancement funds as well as 
helping communities develop projects for the Safe Routes to Schools funds. Next year we will begin 
the process of updating the Transportation Ten Year Plan and hope that many of you will be able to 
participate. 

In economic development, we continue our strong relationship with the Department of Commerce 
and the Economic Development Administration (EDA) in bringing funding and project 
development to the region. Two projects that we are very involved with is the reuse of the 
Groveton Mill and the natural gas and methane pipeline to the Gorham Paper Mill. We also 
continue to help in the development of incubators in Mount Washington Valley and Grafton 
County. These, along with other economic opportunities, will continue to be a focus in the coming 
year. 

Again, thank you for all of your support for the Council. I hope that my staff and I can continue to 
be of service to your community. The Council is here to serve you. It is your organization. Our 
staff and Board are committed to responding to community needs. If there is a project or a need in 
your town, please call us. We are dedicated to both supporting our individual towns and promoting 
regional unity in the North Country. 



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Michael King 
Executive Director 



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NORTHERN HUMAN SERVICES 

2010 FACT SHEET 

THE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 

Northern Human Services, The Mental Health Center has provided the people of northern New 
Hampshire and bordering communities in Vermont with quality services for over 30 years. We 
provide mental health emergency services 24 hour a day, counseling, evaluations, drug and 
alcohol treatment, consultation, education, medication evaluations and treatment, community 
outreach and prevention services. We also provide supportive housing services to individuals 
with disabilities, enabling them to live as independently as possible in their local community. 
The services we provide are confidential. 

As a private, non-profit agency, we are dependent on fees for services, grants and appropriations 
from the communities we serve. Insurance plans cover most of our services. It is our policy to 
not let an inability to pay prevent someone from obtaining the services they require. Sliding fee 
arrangements are available. As a result, our collection rate is only about 50%. 

VERSHIRE CENTER 

Northern Human Services, Vershire Center has provided vocational and social training as well as 
support to individuals with a variety of disabilities for more than 30 years. Over 60 individuals 
from the local geographic area benefit from our services. Over 50 community employers across 
our service area work closely with the Center to provide meaningful paid and volunteer work, as 
well as social opportunities to the individuals we serve. 

The individuals we serve reside in Errol, Northumberland, Pittsburg, bordering Vermont 
communities and all points in-between. Hundreds of miles of transportation services are 
required each day. 

TOWN DONATIONS: (Vershire Center & The Mental Health Center combined) 

The amount received from the Town of Northumberland in 2006: $3,100.00 

The amount requested from the Town of Northumberland in 2007: $3,100.00 

The amount received from the Town of Northumberland in 2008: $3,100.00 

The amount received from the Town of Northumberland in 2009: $3,100.00 

The amount received from the Town of Northumberland in 2010: $3,100.00 

We deeply appreciate the ongoing support that we have received from the citizens of 
Northumberland. Your appropriations help insure the continued availability of quality services 
to the residents of your community who experience mental health difficulties and/or 
developmental impairments. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Charlie Cotton, LICSW 
Area Director 
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NORTHUMBERLAND PLANNING BOARD REPORT 2010 

Another year has come and gone. The Planning Board got so much accomplished this year. First 
of all, the Board compiled a Small Wind Energy Systems ordinance and the Town voters approved 
it in March by voting in favor of it on the written ballot, thereby making it a part of the Town's 
zoning ordinance. The Board also added an amendment to the Town's subdivision regulations 
this year. The following condition must appear on the plat (mylar) when a lot line adjustment is 
done: 

"Conveyance of land reflecting changes in the lot line(s) between property owners 
must be done within six months of the date of plat approval". 

In November, the Board made changes to most of the fees charged to applicants and all fees are 
"flat" fees due at the time of submitting the application to the clerk. This was done to defray 
billing the applicant and to ensure all costs are covered prior to the completion of the process. 

Elaine Gray, Tim Sutherland, and Al Rossetto all attended workshops on various subjects this 
year. 

The Planning Board approved the following land changes this year: 

Major Subdivision - (one into Thirteen lots) Chet & Janet Savage - Chellie Lane, off Page Hill Rd 

Minor Subdivisions - (one into two lots) 
1.) Risa & Michael Gagnon, 292 Lancaster Rd 
2.) Jim Buss & Mary Kugel, 400 Lost Nation Rd. 

Lot Line Adjustments - 

1.) Risa & Michael Gagnon with Daegan & Marlene Styles, Lancaster Rd. 

2.) Gordon & Nancy Gray (between 2 lots of their own), Brown Rd. 

3.) Leonard & Eunice Fontaine with Gerard & Mary Lepine, Lost Nation Rd. 

In closing, I would like to thank my fellow Planning Board members for the time they put in each 
month serving on the Board with me and for making it so enjoyable. I learn from each and every 
one of you each time we meet. Also, special thanks to Elaine; you keep me updated and on track 
even when you are working your many jobs. 

Wishing everyone a great and successful 2011. 



Respectfully Submitted, 



James Weagle, Chairman 



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Northumberland Police Department 



Greetings, 

On behalf of the men and women of the Northumberland Police Department, I 
would like to thank the citizens of the town for all their continued support. 

The past few years the town has seen some tough financial hardships. Once again 
we find ourselves facing continued hardships. I still feel with continued efforts of 
all citizens coming together towards a common goal, we will make it through 
these difficult times. 

The Department has seen some additional changes for 2010. Officer Charles 
Lockhart has retired due to medical reasons. We all wish him well in his future 
endeavors, he certainly will be missed. Officer Jonathan Woodworth has been 
promoted to Sergeant we wish him well in his new position. We have also added 
a new officer to the Department, her name is Nessa Monroe, we welcome her to 
the team, Officer Monroe comes to the Department with part-time certification 
and will be filling the vacancy left by Officer Lockhart. Officer Monroe will attend 
the full-time academy in May of this year. 

I would like to take this time to thank of the all officers for their continued 
support and dedication to the Department. They all have been doing a great job. 

Case activity statistics are showing a total offenses committed 358, total felonies 
72, total crime related incidents 184, total non crime related incidents 41, total 
arrest (on view) 43, total arrests (based on incident/warrants) 64, total summons 
arrests 25, total arrests 132, total juvenile arrests 13 

As, you see the Department has had a busy year. As, we move into a new year, I 
look forward to working with the members of the department and community. 
Together we will continue to offer the services the community of 
Northumberland deserves. 



Respectfully Submitted, 



Marcel E. Piatt 
Chief of Police 



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Northumberland Public Library 
Groveton, NH 

20 10 Town Report 



The employees and trustees of the Northumberland Public Library would like to thank all 
of our taxpayers and patrons for their continued support of our library. 

We welcomed Rae Davenport as our new Assistant Librarian in October 2010. She is an 
artist as well as our Assistant Librarian and she is the one who painted our new signs that 
now hang on the front and back of the building. Thank you Rae for your beautiful work. 

During 2010 our monthly circulation has continued to increase and 119 people from 
Groveton and from the surrounding towns have become new patrons of our library. Quite 
a few of these new patrons are out of town residents who pay $10.00 per year dues for the 
use of our library. Our library has purchased over 1000 new books this year and we 
always have the new "Best Sellers" on the shelf as soon as they are available. 

Thank you to all the people who have donated, books, VHS movies, audio books and 
DVD's. These donations give our patrons more to choose from and help our Library to 
keep our costs down. Passumpsic and Northway banks have again provided us with 
generous donations to our Summer Reading Program and we appreciate their continued 
support. Thank you also to our patrons who have so graciously, in these hard times, made 
cash donations to the library. We appreciate your thoughtfulness more than we can say. 

This year's summer reading program was "Make a Splash-Read!". We had twenty-two 
children registered and twenty completed the program. We could not have done it without 
the help of our loyal volunteers Kathy Frechette, Sarah Donahue, Samantha Donahue, 
Jacob Colebank, and our Trustee volunteer, Mary Foster . We were again able to receive a 
"Kids, Books and the Arts" grant which allowed us to have a musician and Story teller, 
John Porcino, be with us for our program finale. The finale was open to the public and 
was held at St. Francis Hall. 

In 2008 we installed "Wi-Fi" in our library and it has proved to be a very successful 
draw. On any given day there will be two or three people using their laptops in the 
meeting area. This means less waiting for the public computers and people are able to 
conduct their business in a quiet and private area. 

We have been working on sprucing up our children's section by adding new chairs and a 
new rug. We want it to be an inviting area where the children are happy to spend time 
reading and playing. 

The ramp at our back door was cracked and broken and we were able to contract with 
Central Paving to repair it. We also had Lufkin Security install a security system and fire 



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alarm system to our building. 

Our continuous book sale which includes our "Buck a Bag" sale for our paperback books 
in the basement has continued to be very popular this year and the monies that we made 
from the sale have helped to offset our expenses. 

During the last four years, this Library has been able to reduce it's budget request for 
funds from the Town every year while still being able to add services, increase 
circulation, increase purchases of materials and improve the look and feel of the Library. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gail Rossetto, Director 




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SCHOOL WARRANT 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the inhabitants of the School District of Northumberland, qualified to vote in District affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet in the Ryan Gymnasium of Groveton High School in said District on 
Tuesday, March 16, 2010, at 7:00 o'clock in the evening to act upon the subjects hereinafter 
mentioned. 

Meeting opened at 7:00pm by School District Clerk, Wendy Cotter, with the Pledge of Allegiance. Mrs. 
Cotter asked for nominations from the floor for the position of Moderator. Motion made by William 
Everleth to appoint Kathy Wiles. Second 
by Sally Pelletier. Motion carries. 

1 . To see if the school district will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Thousand 
Dollars ($200,000.00) for the purpose of renovations and safety improvements to the mill-side 
stairwell at the Groveton Elementary School and to authorize the issuance of not more that Two 
Hundred Thousand ($200,000.00) of bonds or notes in accordance with the provisions of the 
Municipal Finance Act (RSA Chapter 33) and to authorize the school board to issue and 
negotiate such bonds or notes and to determine the rate of interest thereon. The first year's 
interest is estimated to be Five Thousand One Hundred Dollars ($5,100.00). 
(Recommended by School Board 5-0 ^Recommended by Budget Committee 6-1 ) (2/3 ballot 
vote required). 

Motion made by William Everleth 

Second by Edward McLean 

Mr. Everleth discussed the three years of work to resolve these issues. Discussion from the floor 

on bond amounts and 

increasing the percentage charged to neighboring towns on cost per student. 

Bond issues requires secret ballot and 2/3 vote to pass. Polls opened at 7:10pm closed at 

8:10pm. 

Yes-166 No-28. Motion carries. 

2. To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers heretofore chosen and pass any 
vote relating thereto. 

Motion Made by Edward McLean 

Second David Peel 

No discussion. ..Motion carries. 

3. To set the salaries of School District officials: 

School Board 
Treasurer 
Clerk 

Moderator 

School Board Secretary 
Supervisors of the Checklist 3 @$30.00 
(Recommended by the School Board) 



5 @$600.00 each 


$3,000.00 




600.00 




50.00 




50.00 


$50.00/meeting 


600.00 




90.00 



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Motion made by Sally Pelletler 

Second by David Peel 

No Discussion Motion carries 

4. To see if the district will vote to raise and appropriate the budget committee's recommended 
amount of Five Million Four Hundred Sixty Six Thousand Forty Two Dollars ($5,466,042.00) for 
the support of schools, for the payment of salaries for the school district officials and agents, and 
for the payment for the statutory obligations of the district. This article does not include 
appropriations voted in other warrant articles. (Majority vote required) 

(Not Recommended by School Board 5-0 )(Recommended by Budget Committee 5-2 ) 

Motion made by Barry Colebank 
Second by William Everleth 

Motion made by William Everleth to amend article amount to read $5,668,042.00. 
Second by Christopher Canton 

Discussion ensued for several minutes.. 

Motion made by Lee Rice, Jr. to move the question. 

Second by Thomas Grimes. 

With a show of hands. ..Yes-56 No-57 Motion defeated... more discussion ensued. 

Petition submitted by voters to have this held by secret ballot. Yes-107 No-87 Motion carried 
and Warrant is amended. 

Moderator re-reads article and again voters petition for secret ballot. Yes-1 13 No-82 Motion 
carries as amended. 

Motion made by Christopher Canton to restrict reconsideration of Article #4. 
Second by William Everleth 
Motion carries 

5. Shall the school district adopt amendments to the Northumberland and Stark AREA plan set 
forth in the Northumberland and Stark Amended AREA School Plan as proposed by the Stark 
and Northumberland School Boards and on file with the district clerk? 

Motion made by William Everleth 

Second by Sally Pelletier 

William Everleth discusses this is a continuation of proposal with Stark District Area. 

Ballot vote Yes-1 24 No-21 Motion carries 

6. To see if the voters of the Northumberland School District direct the Northumberland School 
Board to support any and all efforts of the New Hampshire School Boards Association to seek 
legislative repeal of RSA 273-A:12, Section VII., the provision in statute commonly referred to as 
the statutory "Evergreen Clause", to restore local control in the collective bargaining and school 
district budget processes. 

Motion made by William Everleth 

Second by Edward McLean 

William Everleth discussed keeping negotiations at the local level. Motion carries 



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7. To see if the district will raise and appropriate the sum of Ninety Three Thousand Two Hundred 
Twenty Three Dollars ($93,223.00) to restore the proposed school budget to include sports and 
clubs. (Inserted by Petition)(Recommended by School Board 5 I 0)(Not Recommended by Budget 
Committee 6-1 ). 

Motion made by William Everleth to pass over this article 
Second by Steve Torrey 
Motion carries 



8. To see if the district will raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty One Thousand Eight Hundred 
Eighty One Dollars ($51 ,881 .00) to restore the proposed school budget to include full-time 
custodians. (Inserted by Petition)(Recommended by School Board 5-0 )(Not Recommended by 
Budget Committee 6-1 ). 

Motion made by William Everleth to pass over this article 
Second by Gina Bedell 
Motion carries 

9. To see if the district will raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Seven Thousand Two Hundred 
Ninety Six Dollars ($57,296.00) to restore the proposed budget to include field trips, after school 
program, and full time chorus. (Inserted by Petition)(Recommended by School Board 5-0 ) (Not 
Recommended by Budget Committee 6-1 ). 

Motion made by Samantha to amend article to read $26,833. 

Second by Kimberly Wheelock 

Discussion ensued... reduce amount to bring chorus director to full time only. 

Yes-67 No-72 Motion defeated 

Motion made by Ronald Caron to pass over article 
Second by Nancy Merrow Motion carries 

10. To see if the district will raise and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Two Thousand Dollars 
($202,000.00) to increase the 2010-201 1 school budget for educational purposes. (Inserted by 

Petition)(Recommended by School Board 5-0 )(Not Recommended by Budget Committee 

5^2) 

Motion made by Sally Pelletier to pass over this article 
Second by Gina Bedell Motion carries 

11. To transact any other business that may lawfully come before said meeting. 

Motion made by William Everleth 

Second by Sally Pelletier 

William Everleth introduced Daniel Shallow as new Superintendent of Schools effective July 1, 2010. 

Harold Marshall, Jr. recognized William Everleth for his years of service on the School Board as he will 

be resigning his position and moving out of the area. 

Motion carries. 

Motion made by William Everleth to adjourn the meeting. Second by Terry Bedell. Motion carries... 
Adjournment at 9:33pm. 



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Respectfully Submitted by: 



Wendy Cotter 
School District Clerk 



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State of New Hampshire 
Town of Northumberland 
2010 Results of Town Meeting 

At 8:00 AM on 3/09/2010 Moderator Young announced: 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Northumberland, Coos County and State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote in Town 
affairs: 

"You are hereby notified to meet at the Groveton High School Ryan's Auditorium in said Town on the second Tuesday in 
March next, March 9, 2010, to act upon the subjects hereinafter mentioned. You are hereby warned that on said date and 
at said place the polls will be opened at 8:00 in the forenoon and will remain open until 7:00 in the evening for the 
reception of your ballots under the Non-Partisan Ballot System. You are also hereby warned that on said date and at said 
place, at 8:00 in the evening, the matter of appropriations and such other business properly coming before said meeting 
will be taken up for your consideration and action." 

The Annual Town Meeting for the Town of Northumberland was opened at 8:00 AM Tuesday, March 9, 2010 to act upon 
the subjects hereinafter mentioned. The polls were declared open for the reception of ballots. Moderator Young 
announced that the absentee ballots would be opened at 1 PM. 

The business meeting opened at 8:00 PM with Moderator Young leading residents with the Pledge of Allegiance. 
Moderator Young announced the death of long time resident, William Osgoode, who faithfully attended & was passionate 
about Town Meeting. Moderator Young introduced the head table of Town Officials and Supervisors of the Checklist. 
Moderator Young went over his rules of the meeting. 

The results of the ballot vote and Town Meeting are: 

Ballots cast: 507 Regular and 45 Absentee for a total of 552. 

*Article 1: To choose by ballot the following Town Officers for the ensuing three years: one Selectman, two Budget 
Committee, one Library Trustee, one Trustee of Trust Funds and one Cemetery Trustee. 

Selectman: Robert Gauthier 252 

Budget Committee: Michael Phillips 347 

Budget Committee: Alan Rossetto (Write in) 19 

Library Trustee: Linda Caron 501 

Trustee of Trust Funds: VACANT (Selectmen will appoint until 2011 Town Election) 

Cemetery Trustee: Thomas Covell 500 

* Article 2: To choose by ballot the following Town Officers for the ensuing two years: one Cemetery Trustee and one 
Town Moderator. 

Cemetery Trustee: Reggie Charron 462 
Moderator: Barry Colebank 424 

*Article 3: To choose by ballot the following Town Officers for the ensuing one year: one Cemetery Trustee and one 
Budget Committee. 

Cemetery Trustee: Terri Charron 474 
Budget Committee: Tracey Morrill 402 

*Article 4: To choose by ballot the following Town Officer for the ensuing six years: one Supervisor of the Checklist. 

Terri Charron 486 

* Article 5: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 1 as proposed by the Town Planning Board for the 
Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: amend the Zoning Ordinance according to RSA 674:63 to regulate the construction of 
small wind energy systems for onsite consumption as part of the Zoning Ordinance ? 

Yes 325 No 145 Article 5 passed » 

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*Article 6: Do you approve of having 2 sessions for the annual town meeting in this town, the first session for choice of 
town officers elected by an official ballot and other action required to be inserted on said official ballot and the second 
session, on a date set by the selectmen, for transaction of other business? 

Yes 215 No 262 Article 6 Failed 

Article 7: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 451,497 dollars for the purpose of 
operating and maintaining the water department. Said funds to be offset by the water user fees. Any shortfalls in the 
water user fees will be made up from the accumulated surplus in the "regular water account". (Recommended by the 
Selectmen 3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 6-1-1) 

Motion made by Terry Bedell and seconded by James Tierney to move to Article 18 to start the meeting.. 
Voice vote. Motion to move to Article 18 th first passed. 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to pass article as read. 

Ron Caron made a motion to amend the dollar amount of Article 7 to read $406,347 instead of the $451,497. Wade White 
seconded it. 

Hand held card vote. The amendment to Article 7 failed. 

Hand held card vote. Article 7 passed as originally read. 

Article 8: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 305,713 dollars for the purpose of 
operating and maintaining the sewer department. Said funds to be offset by the sewer user fees. Any shortfalls in the 
sewer user fees will be made up from the accumulated surplus in the "regular sewer account". (Recommended by the 
Selectmen 3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 6-1-1) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article 8 passed as read. 

Article 9: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 1,789,377 dollars which represents the 
operating budget of the Town, said sum exclusive of special or individual articles addressed. (Recommended by the 
Selectmen 3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 6-2) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Robert Larson to pass article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article 9 passed as read. 

Article 10: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 38,605 dollars, to fund the following 
charitable organizations at the amounts shown: 

Senior Meals $14,000 

Caleb Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers $ 1,650 

Northern Human Services $ 3,100 

Tri-County Community Action $ 4.025 

Weeks Med Ctr Home Health&Hospice Services $ 12,759 

American Red Cross $ 1,101 

North Country Elder Programs $ 1,970 

(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 5-1-2) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Robert Larson to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article 10 passed as read. 

Article 11: To see if the Town will vote not to transfer the sum of $17,467 dollars, received from the sale of metals, to 
the Transfer Station Fund previously established, as stated in the 2009 Town Warrant. (Recommended by the Selectmen 
3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 7-1) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 

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Hand held card vote. Article n passed as read. 

Article 12: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $2,500 dollars for the Groveton Cal Ripken 
Baseball program, to be used to cover accident and liability insurance, tournaments and registration fees. (Inserted by 
petition of voters) (Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 2-2-4) 

Motion made by Mario Audit and seconded by James Tierney to pass article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article 12 passed as read. 

Article 13: To request that the Town vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 1,500 dollars for the purpose of 
supporting the Groveton High School Chem-Free Graduation Fund, these funds to be used to promote and support 
alcohol-free and drug-free youth, by sponsoring a chemical-free graduation celebration. (Inserted by petition of 
voters)(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 3-3-2) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to pass article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article 13 passed as read. 

Article 14 To see if the Town of Northumberland will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $2,000 (Two thousand 
dollars) to support North Country Transit's Senior Transportation. (Inserted by petition of voters) (Recommended by the 
Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee 7-1) 

Motion made by John Normand and seconded by Paula Colebank to pass article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article 14 passed as read. 

Article 15: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $2,500 dollars for the Groveton Community 
Christmas Organization. (Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 3-2-3) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Joanne Paradis to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article 15 passed as read. 

Article 16: To see if the Town will vote to approve the following resolution to be forwarded to our State 
Representative^ ), our State Senator, the Speaker of the House, and the Senate President. Resolved: The citizens of New 
Hampshire should be allowed to vote on an amendment to the New Hampshire Constitution that defines "marriage". 
(Inserted by petition of voters) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to move onto Article 17 until the ballots and ballot box was 
ready from the prior secret ballot vote because there was a petition for a secret ballot. Motion passed to move on. 

Motion made by Reverend John Taylor and seconded by Allan Holmes to accept article as read. 

Ballot Vote: Yes 57 No 104 Article 16 Failed 

Article 17: To see if the Town will vote to transfer the Town owned land at the corner of Church and Spring Streets 
(Map 107 Lot 91) to the Groveton Village Precinct. (Inserted by petition of voters) 

Motion made by Mario Audit and seconded by Robert Larson to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 18: To disband the "Budget Committee" and allow the elected school board members and the elected selectmen 
to oversee their respective budgets. (Inserted by petition of voters) (Ballot vote required RSA 32:14,111) 

Motion made by Mario Audit and seconded by Harry Lee Rice, Jr. to accept article as read. 



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Ballot vote. Polls were open for i hour starting at 8:20 pm. 

Ballot Vote: Yes 104 No 127 Article 18 Failed 

James Weagle made a motion to go on with other articles while voting was going on and Norman Cotter second it. Voic< 
vote. Motion to move along passed. Moderator Young went back to Article 7. 

Article 19: To see if the Town will vote to enter into a lease/purchase contract for the purpose of obtaining one new 
pickup type truck. The contract is for 4 years. The approximate cost of the truck is 824,987. The contract contains an 
"escape clause". The cost of the contract is as follows: 

2010 $7,000 

2011 $7,000 

2012 $7,000 

2013 $7,000 

Additionally, to see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $7,000 dollars for the 2010 budget year. 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 5-2-1) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 20: To see if the Town will vote to enter into a lease/purchase contract for the purpose of obtaining one 
medium duty dump truck. The contract is for 5 years. The approximate cost of the truck is $ 83,285. The contract 
contains an "escape clause". The cost of the contract is as follows: 

2010 $ 18,250 

2011 $ 18,250 

2012 $ 18,250 

2013 $ 18,250 

2014 $ 18,250 

Additionally, to see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 18,250 dollars for the 2010 budget yeai 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 5-3) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 21: To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the following Forestry Funds, with said funds and with 
accumulated interest to date of withdrawal to be transferred to the Town's general fund. 

Town of Northumberland Forest Maintenance Fund with current balance of $ 22,459.18 

Town of Northumberland Fund with current balance of $ 82,155.79 

Town of Northumberland Forest Maintenance Fund with current balance of $ 58,273 

Forestry Fund with current balance of $ 26,386.54 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 5-3) 

James Tierney made a motion to pass this article over and Mario Audit seconded it. 

Hand held card vote. Motion to pass over this article passed. Article 21 as read failed. 



Article 22: To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund under the provisions of RSA 35:1 for the 
purpose of conservation and conservation projects. Furthermore, any and all monies derived from the Town Forest will 
now be deposited into this newly created Conservation Fund. Additionally, the sum of $ 189,274.51 plus accumulated 
interest, from the four funds named in Article 19, is to be transferred from the Town General Fund to the Conservation 
Fund. (Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 3-2-3) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to pass over Article 22 as explained in Article 21. 

Hand held card vote. Motion to pass over Article 22 passed. Article 22 as read failed. 

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Mario Audit presented Winston Hawes with the 2009 Employee of the Year award. 

Article 23: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $30,000 for stabilizing the riverbank in the 
Town Cemetery. Said funds to come from the Forest Maintenance Fund. This will be a non-lapsing appropriation per 
RSA 32:7, VI and will not lapse until completion or expiration date on any required permits, which ever comes first, or five 
years from this Town Meeting if no contract has been made. This article will be passed over if Article 19 & 20 passes. 

James Tierney made a motion to amend this article to delete the last sentence of Article 23 and Robert Larson seconded it. 

Hand held card vote. Amendment to Article 23 passed. 

Hand held card vote. Article as amended passed. 

Article 24: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 50,000 dollars for the purchase and 
installation of a photovoltaic system on the existing roof of the Town Library. These funds will come from a grant already 
applied for, and no funds will come from taxes. If the grant is not received, the money will not be raised and appropriated. 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 8-0) 

Motion made by Robert Larson and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 

Hand held vote count. Article passed as read. 

Article 25: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 100,000 dollars for fencing, site work, 
building construction and equipment purchase for the Town Transfer Station. These funds will come from a grant already 
applied for, and no funds will come from taxes. If the grant is not received, the money will not be raised and appropriated. 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 8-0) 

Motion made by Mario Audit and seconded by Robert Larson to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 26: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 15,000 dollars for installation of foam 
insulation at the main water plant for the Town. These funds will come from a grant already applied for, and no funds will 
come from taxes. If the grant is not received, the money will not be raised and appropriated. (Recommended by the 
Selectmen 3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 8-0) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 

Ha%d held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 27: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 10,000 dollars for inventory and possible 
removal of street lighting in Town. These funds will come from a grant already applied for, and no funds will come from 
taxes. If the grant is not received, the money will not be raised and appropriated. (Recommended by the Selectmen 3- 
o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 8-0) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 28: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 15,000 dollars for the purpose of 
conducting energy audits on 3 educational buildings in Town. These funds will come from a grant already applied for, and 
no funds will come from taxes. If the grant is not received, the money will not be raised and appropriated. 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 8-0) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Robert Larson to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed, as read. 

Article 20: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 50,000 dollars for updating lighting at 

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the Groveton Elementary School and the Groveton High School. These funds will come from a grant already applied for, 
and no funds will come from taxes. If the grant is not received, the money will not be raised and appropriated. 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee 8-0) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 30: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 155,000 dollars for insulation, door and 
window replacement in the Groveton Elementary and Groveton High School buildings and a boiler replacement or 
upgrade at the Groveton Elementary. These funds will come from a grant already applied for, and no funds will come 
from taxes. If the grant is not received, the money will not be raised and appropriated. (Recommended.by the Selectmen 
3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 8-0) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 31: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 100,000 dollars for sidewalk 
repair/replacement along Main Street, Church Street and State Street. These funds will come from a grant already applied 
for, and no funds will come from taxes. If the grant is not received, the money will not be raised and appropriated. 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 8-0) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 32: To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund under the provisions of RSA 35:1 for the 
purpose of a Municipal Office Building, and to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 10,000 dollars to be placed in this fund. 
(Recommended by the Selectmen 3-o)(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 4-2-2) 

Motion made by Mario Audit and seconded by Robert Larson to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 33: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 200,756 dollars for the purchase and 
outfitting of a new ambulance. These funds will come from a grant already applied for, in the amount of $ 190,719 dollars 
and $ 2,037 dollars to come from the Ambulance Trust Fund. The remaining $ 8,000 dollars to come from taxes. If the 
grant is not received, the money will not be raised and appropriated. (Recommended by the Selectmen 3- 
o)(Recommended by the Budget Committee 8-0) 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 34: To promote new business and jobs in Northumberland would the voters approve video and table gambling 
in a facility placed in the community when the State passes a gaming bill. (Inserted by petition of voters) 

Motion made by Mario Audit and seconded by John Robbin to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

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Article 35: Polling hours in the Town of Northumberland are now 8:00 in the morning to 7:00 in the evening. Shall we 
place a question on the state election ballot to change polling hours so that polls shall open at 11:00 in the morning and 
close at 7:00 in the evening for all regular state elections beginning 1 January 2011? 

Motion made by James Tierney and seconded by Robert Larson to accept article as read. 

Hand held card vote. Article failed. 

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Article 36 To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Selectmen to appoint all other officers as required by law. 
Motion made by Robert Larson and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 
Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 37: To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees or other officers heretofore chosen and pass any vote relating 
thereto. 

Motion made by Mario Audit and seconded by Robert Larson to accept article as read. 

Discussion: Harry Lee Rice Jr said he would like a round of applause for the Groveton Class S boys and girls champions. 

Hand held card vote. Article passed as read. 

Article 38: To transact any other business that may be legally brought before said meeting. 

Motion made by Robert Larson and seconded by Mario Audit to accept article as read. 

Discussion: Barry Colebank said that Moderator Keith Young did a great job. With that, Keith received a nice round of 
applause. Nancy Merrow asked when we would be getting results of the ballot votes. Moderator Young said that they 
were going to be counted as soon as this meeting was over. Moderator Young announced: State General Election 
Results: John Tholl 237, John Roberge 288 

Motion to adjourn was made by Mario Audit and seconded by Denise Normand. Motion passed unanimously 
by voice vote. 

MEETING ADJOURNED AT 11:15 ™[ BY MODERATOR KEITH YOUNG on 3/9/2010. 

School Election Results: Moderator: (write in) Keith Young 43, Clerk: (write in) Wendy Cotter 41, 
Treasurer: Tonia St Cyr 417, Board of Education: Ronald Caron 317 and Sally Pelletier 277 

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2011 Calendar of Events and Meeting Dates 

ANNUAL GROVETON VILLAGE PRECINCT BUSINESS MEETING 
& ELECTION OF OFFICIALS: 

Tuesday, March ist, 2011, Town Hall Meeting Room 7:00 P.M., 10 

Station Square - 7:00 P.M 
ANNUAL TOWN BUSINESS MEETING: 

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011, 7:00 P.M. Ryan Memorial Gymnasium 
ELECTION OF TOWN AND SCHOOL OFFICIALS: 

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011, 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Town Hall Meeting 

Room - 10 Station Square 
ANNUAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BUSINESS MEETING: 

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011 7:00 P.M. Ryan Memorial Gymnasium 
AMBULANCE CORPS: 

First Wednesday of each month, 6:30 P.M. Groveton Fire Station 
BUDGET COMMITTEE: 

Second Tuesday of each month, 6:00 P.M. Town Hall Meeting Room, 
10 Station Square 
CONSERVATION COMMISSION & FOREST MGMT. COMMITTEE: 

Third Wednesday of each month from September to June, 7:00 P.M. 

Town Hall Meeting Room, 10 Station Square 
FIRE DEPARTMENT: 

Training - First Monday of each month, 6:00 P.M. at Groveton Fire 

Station 

Business Meeting - Fourth Tuesday of each month, 7:00 P.M. 

Groveton Fire Station or as called by the Fire Chief 
GROVETON SCHOOL BOARD MEETING: 

Third Thursday of each month, 6:00 P.M. Groveton High School library 

or as posted 
LIBRARY TRUSTEES MEETING: 

Second Wednesday of each month, 5:00 P.M. Northumberland Public 

Library; Library is Open Tues. - Fri. 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. & 

Saturdays 10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. Closed Mondays. 
MEETING HOUSE: 

Seasonal -Open Fri., Sat., & Sun. 8:00 A.M.-4:oo P.M. from June 17 th 

thru Sept. 5 th . Open Two Holidays 4 th of July and Labor Day. 
PLANNING BOARD: 

First Wednesday of the month, 7:00 P.M. Town Hall Meeting Room, 

10 Station Square 
RABIES CLINIC: 

Saturday, March 19 th , 2011, 1:30 P.M.-3:30 P.M.-Groveton Fire Station 
REC COMMITTEE: 

Months of April - November only, 2 nd Sunday of month, 6:00 P.M. at 

Town Hall Meeting Room, 10 Station Square 
SELECTMEN'S MEETING: 

Every other Monday of each month at 6:00 P.M. Town Hall Meeting 

Room, 10 Station Square, or as posted 
SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECKLIST: 

As published preceding each election Town Office, 10 Station Square 
ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT: 

As called by the chairperson ANNUAI 



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